Prohibition established by the eighteenth amendment stated that?
Making, transporting, and selling of alcoholic beverages was illegal.
Prohibition is the banning of making, selling, and possessing of alcohol stated by the 18th Amendment. It lasted from 1920-1933. The 21st Amendment repelled the 18th Amendment therefore unbanning alcohol.
The National Prohibition Act of 1919 (commonly called the Volstead Act) was enabling legislation enacted to provide for the implementation of the Eighteenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, which established National Prohibition of alcoholic beverages. The Eighteenth Amendment was very brief and general in its provisions. It stated simply that "the manufacture, sale, or transportation of intoxicating liquors within, the importation thereof into, or the exportation thereof from the United States and all territory subject… Read More
The 21th Amendemt was the Amendment that cancelled out the 18th amendment of prohibition. it stated that: Section 1. The eighteenth article of amendment to the Constitution of the United States is hereby repealed. Section 2. The transportation or importation into any State, Territory, or possession of the United States for delivery or use there in of intoxicating liquors, in violation of the laws thereof, is hereby prohibited. Section 3. This article shall be inoperative… Read More
technically the 26th amendment gives the right to vote.the 26th amendment is voting age nationally established as 18.I'm sorry i couldn't give a better answer.
The 18th amendment to the US Constitution was called prohibition, this is because the selling, drinking, and distributing alcoholic beverages was outlawed and no one was allowed to drink alcoholic beverages. However, the US government realized that they could not enforce a law of this magnitude and abolished it with the 21st amendment which stated that alcoholic beverages were allowed to be sold, drunk, and distributed throughout the US.
There were 13. ♥ -Highschool Sweetheart™- Edit- No, there ARE 27. The Constitution published 27 amendments, and the laws stated in them are still active, but a few have been repealed (see the Prohibition amendment). Sweetheart, check your facts before you answer.
Is the first amendment expressly stated in the Constitution or conveyed through Supreme Court decisions?
The First Amendment is expressly stated in the Constitution.
It was voted on by congress The National Prohibition Act of 1919 (commonly called the Volstead Act) was enabling legislation enacted to provide for the implementation of the Eighteenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, which established National Prohibition of alcoholic beverages. The Eighteenth Amendment was very brief and general in its provisions. It stated simply that "the manufacture, sale, or transportation of intoxicating liquors within, the importation thereof into, or the exportation thereof from the… Read More
There are two methods established in the Virginia constitution for amending it. One is a constitutional amendment as outlined in Section 1 or Article 12. The other is a constitutional convention as stated in Section 2.
The 22 amendment
The 8th amendment of the Bill of Rights.
Which amendment states that the people have have other rights that are specifically stated in the constitution?
The amendment stated that the United States would not annex Cuba after the war.
What was the amendment to the declaration of war with Spain that stated the US would grant Cubans their freedom?
The Teller Amendment.
the 9th amendment granted "says the people have many rights that are not stated in the Constitution.
It was the Twenty-fourth Amendment that stated people could not be prevented from voting for not paying taxes. It was ratified on January 23, 1964.
Amendment to the declaration of war with Spain that stated the US would grant Cubans their independence after the war?
The Teller Amendment
What amendment stated that the vice president will become president if the president is removed from office or if he dies or resigns?
The 25th Amendment
August 18, 1920
The Fourth Amendment covers search and seizure. It is often also covered in the state constifution.
The Amendment forced on Cuba after the war stated that the US had the right to send it troops to protect American property?
The Teller amendment
The 9th amendment The rights that are stated in the 1st amendment, the freedoms, are not the only rights people have. Your should not be restricted to those rights.
Yes, it is openly stated.
The 19th amendment to the Constitution gave women the right to vote. The amendment was ratified in 1920 and stated that all Americans have the right to vote regardless of their gender.
The Teller Amendment stated that the United States would not, under any circumstances, obtain juristiction over Cuba
It's because that is the way they were stated when the states ratified the Constitution, so they can't be stated differently without the states ratifying an amendment to the Constitution.
declared, told, settled, established, fixed
declared, established, settled, fixed, told
The 14th Amendment in 1868 stated that all persons born or naturalized in the United States shall enjoy full rights
The 12th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution separated the elections of the President and Vice President.
Roe vs. Wade
Which amendment stated that laws passed to increase the salaries of senators and reps could not take effect until after an election of reps had taken place?
The 27th amendment
what was the year the FDA stated their website page.
This amendment basically states that the people have other rights that are not specifically stated in the Constitution?
Yes, stated in the Sixth amendment in the Bill of Rights.
The Geneva Convention sets out how certain issues within war should be dealt with. * The original 1864 Convention stated Amelioration of the Condition of the Wounded and Sick in Armed Forces in the Field * It's second amendment 1906 stated Amelioration of the Condition of Wounded, Sick and Shipwrecked Members of Armed Forces at Sea * Third amendment 1929 stated Treatment of Prisoners of War * And the fourth amendment 1949 stated Protection of… Read More
The 19th Amendment stated that there would be no discrimination or denial of federal voting rights based on sex.
The 14th Amendment stated that no individual could be denied any rights as a citizen without due process of law.
Who or what stated that race color or previous condition of servitude could not keep one from voting?
the fifteenth amendment
Tinker v. Des Moines
You don't. It is written and interpreted exactly as stated in the Constitution. It is not subject to a change in wording.
The 15th Amendment to the Constitution dealt specifically with the right to vote. It stated that a man couldn't be kept from voting based on the color of his skin or the fact that he was formerly a slave.
Technically it isn't specifically stated in any of the amendments, however, the 1st amendment would prevent the government from taking away someone's personal right to smoke
Many auto insurers will carry a stated value policy on the car. Stated value requires photos and appraisals. A value is established and you can be insured for all perils up to that stated amount.
Ninth Amendment said "The enumeration in the Constitution, of certain rights, shall not be construed to deny or disparage others retained by the people." Tenth Amendment said "The powers not delegated to the United Stated by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the Stated repectively, or to the people." The Ninth and Tenth Amendments were added because not every right of the people or of the states could be… Read More
The 24th Amendment stated poll taxes could not be used to deny a person the right to vote.