It could be declared null and void as being contrary to the United States Constitution.
The Constitution says that laws passed by Congress are supplemental to State Laws. Both State and Federal laws are to be upheld by all United States citizens.
what 2 important things did the federalists do to help get the constitution passed in the state? Answer :The constitution gave the nationalists the strong national government they wanted, they became known Federalists!
The Texas State Constitution was last amended after the 2009 November 3 election. 11 propositions were passed in this election.
The Constitution because it is the "Supreme law of the Land."
The U.S. Constitution trumps any conflicts with state constitutions.
The US Constitution always takes precedence. Then the state's constitution is next in line.
b.) A state passes a law that contradicts the nineteenth amendment. EXPLANATION: Just took the quiz on APEX (honors gov quiz 2.2.3)
No. Special laws are passed concerning schools.
new york state legislature passed a statute giving rights
In order to ratify an amendment to the US Constitution, it must be passed by both Houses of Congress. Then it must be passed by 75 percent of the state legislatures.
If the state laws had more power than federal laws the Constitution would have little to no power.
Originally the US Constitution stated that senators should be chosen by state legislatures. The 17th Amendment that was passed in 1913 stated that the senators should be chosen through an election within their state.
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 use in the earlier section, it was by no means incorrect as the single-N spelling was in common usage for the state at the time, especially by Pennsylvania citizens, which the representative delegates that signed the document most likely were.
Connecticut was the first state to have a state constitution.
The Wyandotte constitution became the Kansas State Constitution
It didn't go by state, but by amendment to the constitution. The 19th amendment was passed and women could vote through out the United States.
Connecticut is the Constitution State.
The Supremacy Clause is found in Article VI of the Constitution of the United States. It establishes that the Constitution, laws passed by Congress, and treaties of the US are superior to state laws and local ordinances.
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.
The state the Constitution was made is in Philadelphia.