Which article of the Texas constitution would you find schools?
What was the main criticism of the current Texas constitution behind the Ratliff-Junell proposal for a new constitution?
Neither present day party voted for it. The concept of separation of church and state was drafted into the constitution by our founding fathers. Public schools are part of the state, and thus cannot support any religion at all, under the constitution. If this were to change, the constitution would need to be amended.
In Article 3 in addition to the inferior courts that would be created by Congress where did the Constitution vest the judicial power of the US?
The Constitution of the Republic of Texas (1836) provided that slaves would remain the property of their owners, that the Texas Congress could not prohibit the immigration of slaveholders bringing their property, and that slaves could be imported from the United States (although not from Africa). Source: Texas State Historical Association
Why isn't article 35 of the constitution not included in the canadian charter of rights and freedoms?
No. Article I deals with Congress, so I assume you are referring to Article II, which is still "No." The Presidential Cabinet is completely outside the descriptions of the Executive as provided by the Constitution. President Washington wanted to bring advisers into the Presidency with him to oversee certain matters and they would discuss policy decisions in the Kitchen (whence the term "Cabinet" comes). The decision to have such advisers was lauded by other politicians…
According to Article V, two provisions, one which has expired, the other still in effect may not be amended. The first was importation of slaves the prohibition of which was forbidden until the early 1800's. The second is that no state may, without its own consent, be deprived of its equal representation in the senate. As the Constitution mandates an amendment is passed at three fourths ratification of the states this effectively means this provision…
Where would you find information concerning the states and their relationship with the federal government?
What type of situation would your state be most likely to need federal protection against domestic violence?
The Constitution gives no such authority to the federal government under the Constitution. Refer to Article I, Section 8. Those (and some subsequent amendments) are the constitutional powers of Congress. In Article I, Section 8, 17 powers are listed. Protection against domestic violence isn't one of them.
The original constitution has not lasted through all these years but the basic idea has. The writers of the constitution were smart enough to see that technological advancements and other socail and economical things would change over time. Because of this they created the amendment process which is in the 5th article of the constitution. These amendments, or changes to the constitution, are what have allowed the rest of the constitution to remain the same…