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then we wont have to buy every thing we will just still every thing and the cops wont be able to do nothing

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Q: What might happen if amendments were easier to propose and ratify?
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Which article tells how to propose amendments and ratify them?

Article V or 5

What is the what is the process for amending the Constitution?

There are two ways to propose and ratify amendments to the Constitution. To propose amendments two thirds of both houses of congress can vote to propose an amendment, and two thirds of the state legislatures can ask congress to call a national convention to propose amendments.

Blank of congress must propose blank of states must ratify How many amendments have been added to the constitution blank?

Two-thirds of Congress must propose an amendment, and three-fourths of states must ratify it. There have been 27 amendments added to the Constitution as of now.

Why did the Massachusetts ratify conventions propose that the bill of rights be added to the constitution?

They proposed a series of amendments to guarantee citizens' rights.

What must be added to change the constitution?

The US Constitution is changed by adding amendments, as explained in article V of the Constitution.

What are the amendments and how can they be added?

Amendments are considered apart of the theconstitution with the same enforcement value. I believe the constitution says amendments have the same "intents and purposes" as the rest of the constitution.Amendments can be passed in two ways: 1) Congress can propose an amendment to the states by a 2/3 majority vote in each house. Then if 3/4 of the states ratify becomes an amendment.2) 2/3 of the states call a convention to propose amendments. If 3/4 of all the states ratify those proposals; they become amendments.

Can the Judicial Branch ratify amendments?

The Judicial Branch cannot ratify amendments. That is the duty of the individual states.

What is the formal role of the judicial branch in amending the Constitution?

it has no formal role in the process (apex)

What is to approve amendments or treaties?


Who decides how states will ratify the amendment?

who decides how states will ratify the amendments?congresspresidentjusticesstatesthe best answer is congress

Two ways to ratify amendments?

Amendments to WHAT? Government documents or commercial business documents.

Which states did not have to separately ratify the 14th and 15th amendments in order to join the union?

Alaska did not have to separately ratify the 14th and 15th amendments in order to join the union.