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What year was the Bill of Rights passed?

The Bill or Rights is an amendment to the Constitution. It was not passed by congress. It was ratified by the states. Amendments are not ever passed by congress, and there is no veto option for the president.


How was the problem overcome with the 12th amendment?

The 12th amendment allowed a presidential candidate to run with his choice of vice president. Before this amendment was made the vice president was who ever received the second highest votes.


Which amendment to the u.s. constitution abolish the sale of alcohol?

The 18th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution banned the manufacture, sale, and transportation of alcohol.*It was ratified on January 16, 1919 and repealed by the 21st Amendment in 1933. In the over 200 years of the U.S. Constitution, the 18th Amendment remains the only Amendment to ever have been repealed.


What Amendment in the Bill of Rights has never been changed?

No amendment to the Constitution of the United States of America has ever been changed. Nothing in the text has ever been changed. One amendment, the 18th establishing prohibition has been repealed but it remains a part of the Constitution. A few amendments have made changes to the constitution which have made parts of the text obsolete. For example, one amendment changed the rules on the election of presidents.


Was the 16th amendment ever ratified?

The 16th Amendment to the US Constitution was ratified by the requisite state on February 3, 1913. It was eventually ratified by 42 of the 48 states in 1913.Four states rejected it and two never considered it.

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Can the 2nd amendment be abolished?

Just as the 18th Amendment was repealed by the 21st Amendment, the 2nd Amendment could be repealed by another Amendment to the US Constitution. Whether such an Amendment will ever be passed and ratified is currently doubtful.


What year was the Bill of Rights passed?

The Bill or Rights is an amendment to the Constitution. It was not passed by congress. It was ratified by the states. Amendments are not ever passed by congress, and there is no veto option for the president.


When if ever would the US Supreme Court overturn a statutory punishment for a particular crime?

Most likely, if the punishment violates the Eighth Amendment prohibition against cruel and unusual punishment.


How does an amendment become part of the constitution?

Once an amendment has been passed it gets added to the consitution. Which means this new amendment has to be followed by each and every citizen of that country. Who ever breaks the amendment may have severe punishments.


Has no constitutional amendment ever been approved by constitutional convention Answer?

If you mean state conventions, then no, the 18th amendment was passed by these conventions, enacted Prohibition. However, a national convention has never been convened to approve an amendment.


What is the only amendment to ever be appealed?

The 18th amendment (the Prohibition) was repealed by the 21st amendment.


Did the Ludlow Amendment ever get pasted?

The Ludlow Amendment failed to be passed by the House of Representatives or the Senate thus it was never sent to the states for ratification as an amendment to the U.S. Constitution. Americans showed a 75% approval rating of the amendment in 1935 but support continued to decline until September 1939 (following Germany's invasion of Poland) when support was only 51%.


What was banned by one amendment and then reinstated when the amendment was repealed?

Ever watch thundercats? Yeah.


What did the Eighteenth amendment do?

it banned all alcohol from the United States.The 18th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution banned the manufacture, sale, and transportation of alcoholic beverages in the United States and its possessions. Contrary to common belief, it did not prohibit the purchase or consumption of alcohol.The Amendment was proposed by Congress on December 18, 1917, when it passed the Senate after it had passed the House the day earlier. The Amendment was ratified on January 16, 1919, went into effect one year later on January 16, 1920, and was repealed by the 21st Amendment on December 5, 1933. In the over 230 years of the U.S. Constitution, the 18th is the only Amendment ever to have been repealed.


What is the only amendment to be repealed?

The only amendment ever repealed is the 18th Amendment, Prohibition of alcoholic beverages.


No amendment in the constitution could ever change?

No i can be changed


What was the only amendment to the constitution that was ever reappealed?

prohibition

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