Why does the amendment process take so long?
because it has go through atleast 2/3 of the houses of congress or atleast 2/3 of several states legislaters to agree that a new amendment has to be presented and then you have to present it to congress and atleast 3/4 of them have to agree on it and then pass it.
The due process and equal protection clauses of which amendment places limits on the power to tax at the state and local level-?
Neither. The Necessary and Proper Clause is part of the original Articles of the US Constitution (Article I, Section 8, Clause 18), so it's not an amendment, but is a formal part of the US Constitution. When use of the Necessary and Proper clause is expanded beyond the justifiable reach of Congress, that would be considered an informal amendment process.
Well, he has to figure out how the plot is going to unfold, and then he has to write it. After that, the books has to go through a long process of illustration, editing, and publishing. It usually takes a year for this whole process to take place for him. Not to mention, he can't just sit and write all day.
No, it could not be changed by Congress alone. The US Constitution would have to be amended to do so. According to Article V of the US Constitution, the process would take a vote of two thirds of both houses of Congress to propose such an amendment, or upon an application by the legislatures of two thirds of the states, it could call for a constitutional convention for the proposal of such an amendment. Once…
According to the 4th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, the federal government cannot perform an unreasonable search or seizure on an American. The Supreme Court has also applied this amendment to the states via the due process clause of the 14th amendment. However, if you're simply asking whether the government possesses the capability to do so, or whether it has done so in the past, the answer is a definitive yes.
The amendment process has two steps, proposal and ratification. Official proposals can be made by 2/3 of Congress or 2/3 of state legislatures (so Congress can be involved). Ratification occurs with a 3/4 vote of the state legislatures or a 3/4 vote of state conventions made up of delegates (not necessarily legislators) elected by the people.
Once you've been apprehended and GA has notified MD that you are in custody and MD begins the process of extradition, it can take as long as it takes. Once the process is in motion there are no statutory time limits on how long it can take. If the arrestee fights extradition it can take even longer. It is by no means a quick process since it requires court filings and legal maneuvers between the…
Once you've been apprehended and GA has notified PA that you are in custody and PA begins the process of extradition, it can take. . . as long as it takes. Once the process is in motion there are no statutory time limits on how long it can take. If the arrestee fights extradition it can take even longer. It is by no means a quick process since it requires administrative processes and legal processes…