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That there is some easy amendments that are easy to establish while there are some amendments that take some time to think about before establishing them.

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Q: What point is the cartoonist trying to make about the ease or difficulty of proposing constitutional amendments?
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In addition to proposing amendments what can Congress do?

Congress proposes laws and Amendments and must also pass them through votes


Congress can effect changes to the Constitution by?

Congress effects changes to the Constitution by proposing amendments that would have to be ratified by 3/4 of state legislatures or state conventions called for the purpose of ratification. Congress cannot make any Constitutional changes on its own.


The constitution allows congress to call a convention to propose an amendment if it has been requested by a two thirds majority vote of?

both houses of Congress or by two thirds of the state legislatures. This method of proposing amendments is known as a constitutional convention. However, to date, no constitutional convention has been called through this method, and all 27 amendments to the Constitution have been proposed by Congress.


How many states are needed to call a convention?

Forty-nine states have applied for an Article V Convention (what is often called a "Constitutional Convention"), submitting more 700 applications. Article V does not permit the calling of a "constitutional convention" only a "convention for proposing amendments."


What is called by Congress is a method for proposing amendments that has never been used.?

National Convention


Which method of proposing and ratification have 26 of the 27 amendments been adopted by?

proposal by initiative.


Which method of proposing constitutional changes gives voters the most input?

General Elections


Who has the power to Propose constitutional amendment?

Either Congress or a constitutional convention have the power to do propose amendments to the US Constitution under Article V of the Constitution. Congress may proposes a specific amendment for ratification by votes of two thirds of both houses of Congress. Congress may also convene a constitutional convention, on application of the legislatures of two thirds of the states, in order for the convention to prepare and propose specific amendments for ratification. This method has not yet been used.


What can congress do besides proposing amendments?

They pass laws and write bills, plus are to help the people in their districts with problems.


Which amendment is the only one not to have been adopted by proposing and ratification of 26 of the 27 amendments it had been adopted by?

21st Amendment


Proposed the Constitutional Convention?

The Annapolis Convention of 1786 issued a report, written by Alexander Hamilton, proposing a Constitutional Convention.


How many states have to ask for an amendments convention?

Whenever two thirds of both Houses shall deem it necessary, shall propose Amendments to this Constitution, or, on the Application of the Legislatures of two thirds of the several States, shall call a Convention for proposing Amendments.