It was the Virginia Plan that proposed Congress should be given more power over the states. James Madison drafted the plan in 1787.
That slavery should not be allowed in any of the new states to the West.
Amendments are proposed by a two-thirds vote from Congress. An amendment can also be proposed by a convention called by Congress, if two-thirds of the states request it.
Representation should be determined by population. While the New Jersey plan proposed representation would be equal for all states. :)
never make it to the states
The states vote on the amendment.
ratified by three-fourths of the states
Congress passes an Amendment. Bad answer. Congress SUGGESTS amendments to the states, which have so far ratified 80% of those proposed by Congress. The otherss the states did not ratify are dead and Congress can do nothing about it.
The Virginia plan was that the Virginia plan proposed that congress be given much greater power over the states.It also stated that the national government should have an Executive branch to carry out laws created by congress.In addition, the Virginia plan stated that the national government should have a Judicial branch to interpret laws passed by congress. This plan also said that states with larger populations, like Virginia, should have more represntatives in congress than should smaller states.
It is the most recent amendment to the United States Constitution. It was submitted by Congress to the states for ratification on September 25, 1789.
A constitutional amendment is proposed by two-thirds vote of both houses and Congress or a constitutional convention called by Congress on petition of two-thirds of the 50 states.
About 203 years. It was proposed in 1789 and ratified in 1992.
Congress decides whether states will ratify proposed amendments by either their legislatures or conventions.
The Fourteenth Amendment was proposed by Congress in 1866 and ratified by the states in 1868.
...outlaw the creation of any new slave-states.
New Jersey Plan
new jersey plan
Amendments to the Constitution of the United States may be proposed by a two/thirds vote of the Congress or by two/thirds of the States proposing a new Convention. Once proposed by Congress or by Convention, amendments must be ratified by three/fourths of the State legislatures or Constitutional conventions.
The amendment must be proposed by either the states or Congress and then ratified by the states.
Yes, states ratify proposed amendments either through their legislatures or ratifying conventions as Congress chooses.