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No amendment can alter equal representation in the Senate without the consent of the state. This is expressed in Article I, Section 9 of the United States Constitution.

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How could you change equal representation in the senate?

No amendment could change equal representation in the senate without


No amendment could change equal representation in the senate without?

three-fourths vote of both houses


No amendment could change equal representation in the Senate without what?

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Did northerners favor the tallmadge amendment proposed that Missouri be admitted as a free state?

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How does the 17th amendment affect us today?

The 17th Amendment still affects the United States today because it allows for the states to have equal representation in the United States Senate. The 17th Amendment states that two senators are to be elected from each state.


Representation in the Senate is based on population.?

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Representation in this House is equal?

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