Is there a bill before congress to amend the majauskas formula?
Yes there is. from your wiki man.. Thmw
Congress was the chief agency of the government because there was no executive branch. It proved difficult, and often impossible, for congress to put it's policies into effect. Nine of te 13 states had to agree on any law and all 13 had to agree to amend the articles of confederation, but at times they could not all meet.
Three fourths of the states must agree to an amendment before it becomes law. But it first must be decided whether the states will do this by way of their legislatures, or by way of state conventions. Congress tells the states which one they must use, but that is the only involvement of Congress. From then on, the states alone determine if a proposal will become an amendment.