As of 2014, there are 27 currently ratified amendments to the US Constitution. There are no amendments that are presently awaiting ratification.
prohibit the transport of liquor into states where its illegal
Restricting marriage in all States to be between a man and a woman
only 27 of the 31 amendments proposed have been ratified
During the course of our history, in addition to the 27 amendments which have been ratified by the required three-fourths of the States, six other amendments have been submitted to the States but have not been ratified by them.
they are ratified.
27 have been ratified
Amendments can be ratified by legislatures of 3/4 of the states.
They were ratified along with the constitution in 1789.
Amendments can be ratified by Legislatures of 2/3 of the states. Amendments can be proposed by 2/3 vote of each house of Congres.
Your question is very confused. Amendments are ratified, they do not ratify.
One economic amendment has been ratified.
Twelve Constitutional amendments were proposed in September 1789. The third through twelfth became the first ten Amendments when they were ratified in December 1791, and the second proposal became the 27th Amendment when it was ratified in May 1992.
Amendments to the constitution must be ratified by the states. To become part of the Constitution the Amendment must be approved by three-fourths of the states.
Since 1997 no amendments to the U.S. Constitution have been ratified. The last to be ratified is number 27 in 1992.
The actual number of amendments that the leaders first proposed was,but two were not ratified at the time.
12 but 2 were not ratified by the states.
Legislatures of 3/4 of the states.
There were no amendments in the articles of confederation. The constitution has amendments.
George Washington was the President when the first ten amendments were ratified in 1791.
The first ten amendments to the constitution are known as the Bill of Rights. These amendments were ratified on December 15, 1791.