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Amendments to the Constitution: Every Vote Counts Amendment

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I am trying to find some currently proposed ammendments to the u.s. constitution. I am trting to identify the congressmen, the proposal, and trying to find a proposal that does not have a very good chance of passing.

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Current Amendments to the Constitution

First, a brief summary about what it takes to amend the constitution:

The US Constitution, in Article V states that amendments can be proposed either by Congress, with a two thirds vote of both houses, or by a national convention requested by two-thirds of the state legislatures. The second method was created to protect against a situation in which Congress itself was unwilling to change problems with laws that it created itself. Amendments are ratified by three-fourths of the state legislatures or by conventions in three fourths of the states. Only the Twenty-first Amendment, which repealed Prohibition in 1933, was adopted by state conventions (Soifer, Hoffman, & Voss, 2001).

The amendment process has been used narrowly, since the enactment of the Bill of ...

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Amendments to the constitutions for every vote counts amendments are examined.

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