1) Analysis of the Constitution Read and analyze the Constitution and Bill of Rights. Choose the institutional power and personal right you would remove and explain why; and add a power and right that you would include and explain why. Two to four (2-4) pages, double spaced. Do not exceed the page limit 2) Homeland Security Legislative Issues Write a four to six (4-6) pages, double spaced, legislative analysis of only one (1) of the following bills form the 116th Congress. Your analysis should include consideration of the: Legislative History; Agency Involvement; Cost Implications (CBO Score); Budget Analysis; Pros and Cons of the legislation; Recommendation to the head of the agency on implementing the Act; Grammar and compliance to APA (7th) including citations and reference page; Double spaced; and Times New Roman, 12 point font. Pick only one (1) from the following: H.R. 1593—CLASS Act of 2019 House Committee Report 116-25 CBO Score H.R. 1593 H.R. 1589—CBRN Intelligence and Information Sharing Act of 2019 House Committee Report 116-24 CBO Score . 1589 Legal Research Exercise Beginning with Executive Order (EO) 13873 signed on May 5, 2019, analyze president’s declaration of a national emergency in regards to securing the information and communications technology and services supply chain. Your four (4) page (Maximum) paper should clearly discuss the EO’s possible impact on the National Security agenda of protecting citizens from foreign national terrorists while evaluating agency implementation, and the role federal, state, local, and tribal governments to support your argument. All requirements of prompt and format must be met to receive full credit. Grades are based on the following: Pros vs cons on the EO; Recommendation to your superior on the implementation; What will be the outcome by the Supreme Court, and why; Budget analysis; Grammar and compliance to APA (6th) including citations and reference page; Double spaced; and Times New Roman, 12 point font. 5) Presidential Directive Draft For this task, you must draft a two (2) page (maximum) double spaced Presidential Policy Directive (PPD) or National Security Directive (NSPD) of a current emerging threat that you have identified. Please draft your directive using the same format in NSPD 10 or PPD 28 that you read from your previous Policy Assignment that you completed HMLS course.