What Proposal suggests that congress should have two separate houses?
I am rather confused by this question but will answer to the best of my ability.
I believe you are referring to the Virginia and New Jersey plans which were submitted before the Constitution was ratified. It was the Virginia plan which suggested two separate houses in the legislature.
yeah, it was
Why does the constitution provide that both houses of congress must agree to the proposal of an amendment?
Congress cannot make changes to the Constitution; it can only propose changes. To do so requires a two thirds majority vote from both Houses of Congress. If at least two thirds of each house votes in favor of the proposal, it is passed and goes to the states for ratification. As soon as at least three quarters of the states ratify the proposal, it is part of the Constitution.
If congress proposes a law does three-fourths of the states must ratify it or it will not become a law?
It is not a new law that Congress can propose that takes the ratification of three-fourth's of the states. It is the proposal of a constitutional amendment. If two-thirds of both houses of Congress vote to propose a particular constitutional amendment, at least three-fourths of the legislatures of the fifty states must vote to ratify the proposed amendment before it can become law. The proposal can be made by national convention also. See Sources and…
They have a Parliament, which is divided between the National Assembly and the Senate. Both houses meet in completely different buildings in separate parts of the city. The Senate is not elected by the people but by local governments, and most business tends to be done by the National Assembly. Occassionally, both houses meet together at the Palace of Versailles to discuss matters, and this is called the "Congress of France".
it was the plan to make virgina a state---- This Is wrong the right anser is ---- A proposal that seats in Congress be awarded on the basis of the state's population. The Virginia plan is Large states thought that the Congress should have two houses and the number of delegates each state had in each house should be based on the states' populations. www.redrazor.webs.com
Alterations to the Constitution of the United States require must be proposed to the states by a two-thirds vote of both houses of Congress or by a convention called by two-thirds of the states, and ratified by three-fourths of the states or by three-fourths of conventions thereof, the method of ratification being determined by Congress at the time of proposal.
Congress and the Senate are two separate houses, so a Congressmen serves a term in Congress, and a Senator serves in the Senate. A term for a Representative in the House is two years. Senators serve a term of six years. There is no limits on how many terms either officeholder may run for reelection.