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Ratification of amendments[edit] After being officially proposed, either by Congress or a national convention of the states, a constitutional amendment must then be ratified by the legislatures of, or by ratifying conventions, in at least three-fourths of the states.

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In order to ratify an amendment to the US Constitution, it must be passed by both Houses of Congress. Then it must be passed by 75 percent of the state legislatures.

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What was the process the constitution was approved by the state?

Ratification


When as the ratification of the constitution signed?

The ratification of the constitution was signed on May 29, 1790. The ratification process had began three years earlier in Rhode Island.


When ratified the Constitution did not contain a Bill of Right?

In 1789 during the ratification process, the Constitution did not include a Bill of Rights.


What was the process called when the Constitution became a law?

Ratification


What is the process for approving the constitution?

The convention made it so that each state would hold a convention to ratify the Constitution. This meant a series of compromises and ratifications which were heavily influenced by Benjamin Franklin.


What process makes the Constitution become law?

Ratification or ratifying


Who determines the ratification process to be used in constitutional amendments?

The constitution


What must be done for the constitution to be law an article that process was called?

9 out of 13 states had to approve or ratify. The process was called ratification


What was the approval of the Constitution called?

The process wherby each state voted to accept the new US Constitution is called "ratification." This term is also used for acceptance of amendments to the constitution.


In 1789 during the ratification process the constitution?

did not include a bill of rights


With whom do states share the constitution ratification process?

federal goverment


Supported the ratification of the Constitution.?

The federalists was one of the ones who supported the ratification of the Constitution