The U.S. constitution can be changed or amended using four different methods. The first method involve proposition of the amendment by states convention, followed by state conventions ratification. This method has never been used. The second method involves amendment proposition by state convention, followed by the state legislatures’ ratification. This method has also never been used. The third method involves amendment proposition by the congress, followed state conventions ratification. This method has only been used once. The fourth method is amendment proposition by the congress, followed by legislature’s ratification. This method has been used in all other cases. All 27 changes of the constitution have been approved after two-thirds of senate and house proposal ratification and send it for a vote to the senate. Then at lease the states’ three-fourth must uphold the proposed Amendment.
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