If your state passed a law that conflicted with the US Constitution what would happen?
It could be declared null and void as being contrary to the United States Constitution.
A conflict between the state and federal constitutions is avoided because of the Supremacy Clause. The Supremacy Clause establishes the United States Constitution as the highest law of the land, and anything that violates the U.S Constitution is illegal. Thus, if a state constitution conflicted, the state would be forced to change their constitution.
Pennsylvania was spelled two different ways in the original text of the United Constitution. In Article I, Section 2, the conventional modern spelling of "Pennsylvania" was used which conflicted with the state's spelling by its representative signatories in the list of signatures at the end. In the list of signatures, the state is spelled as "Pensylvania" with only a single N as opposed to the double N's used today. Although this usage conflicted with the…
The Constitution can only be changed when an amendment passed by congress is ratified by 2/3 of all the states in the union. For a state to ratify the change their legislature must pass the change in their state chamber. So the people who change the constitution are the folks you vote for every two to four years.