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The 6th amendment was proposed on September 25th, 1789 by George Mason.


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

Taking the route you proposed, once Congress passes a proposed amendment, the amendment is subsequently proposed to State Legislatures. 3/4 of the State Legislatures must pass in order for the amendment to be added to the Constitution. --Charlie G.


What happenes After Congress agrees on a proposed amendment?

The states vote on the amendment.


If an individual writes a letter to the editor of a newspaper or magazine he or she i exercising which freedom?

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What amendment was both proposed and ratified in 1865?

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.


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The proposed constitutional amendment did not pass.Voters rejected the proposed constitutional amendment.Unwilling to create more debt, the proposed constitutional amendment was bound to fail.


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