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congress or a national convention

two-thirds vote of congress

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Amendments can be proposed by?

An amendment to the Constitution can be proposed in two ways; either through Congress or through a Constitutional Convention.

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The 13th Amendment to the United States Constitution was both proposed and ratified in 1865. It abolished slavery and involuntary servitude, except as a form of punishment for a crime.

A proposed amendment passes Congress with a simple majority What happens next?

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Amending the constitution requires?

Passage of the proposed amendment by 3/5 of the state's legislatures.

How many ways are outlined by the constitution for the amendment to be?

Amending the Constitution is a 2-step process, which includes the proposal, and the ratification. There are 2 ways an amendment can be proposed, either by Congress, or by the States.

How do citizens get a proposed law or amendment to the state constitution put on the ballot at an election?

They should petition their representative to sponsor the amendment proposal.

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What is a constitution amendment?

A constitutional amendment is any change in the US Constitution. Like the constitution, an amendment must be proposed and then adopted by Congress or by state conventions. It must then be ratified by 2/3 of the current states before it becomes part of the Constitution. Amendments can only be superceded by another later amendment, or repealed by one.