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www.thefiscaltimes.com/Articles/2013/07/03/9-Changes-to-the...

How would you change the Constitution, if you could? The Fiscal Times reached out to a number of experts for their insight and input. The results might surprise you.

www.rollingstone.com/culture/culture-news/why-its-time-to...

Why Second Amendment must be repealed, and it is the essence of American democracy to say so. ... Sure, the Founders knew that the world evolved and that technology changed, but the weapons of ...

thehill.com/blogs/congress-blog/campaign/112377-the-big...

Should the 14th amendment be changed to prevent children of illegal immigrants from being granted citizenship? Alan Abramowitz , political science professor, Emory University: Of course not.

www.debate.org/opinions/should-the-amendments-to-the...

No! Amendments to the Constitution should not be updated or changed. Once we allow any of the Amendments to be tampered with in any way, we lose our Constitutional rights. It will give the government the options to remove, change or alter, any Amendments they deem necessary for the protection of national security.

constitutioncenter.org/blog/constitution-check-does-the...

And then it changed, in a profound way. Prior to 2008, there was a public conversation – often, in academic writings funded by the National Rifle Association – about whether the Amendment should go beyond protecting the arming of state militias, to allow Americans to arm themselves for personal use.

www.dummies.com/careers/business-skills/roberts-rules-for...

And bylaws should never be changed as long as a minority greater than one-third disagrees with the proposal. Always specify in your bylaws the exact requirements for their amendment. According to Robert’s Rules, you should, at the very least, require a two-thirds vote and previous notice to make any change at all in your bylaws.

constitutioncenter.org/blog/the-top-10-constitutional...

Thousands of amendments have been proposed in Congress over the years. Few are sent to the states for approval, and even fewer are ratified. Since the adoption of the Bill of Rights in 1791, the Constitution has been amended only 17 times, an average of about one amendment every 13 years. In ...

www.debate.org/opinions/should-the-amendments-to-the...

The amendments should not be changed. Remember what happened when they outlawed alcohol. That just made it easier to obtain and more people wanted it. That would be the same for every other amendment, especially the 2nd. That is the reason we should not change the constitution or amendments.

www.nytimes.com/.../opinion/rewrite-the-second-amendment.html

The last time our Constitution changed, with the ratification of the 27th Amendment in 1992, it took a 10-year campaign (begun by a University of Texas undergraduate) to resuscitate an amendment ...

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John Paul Stevens served as an associate justice of the Supreme Court from 1975 to 2010. This essay is excerpted from his new book, “Six Amendments: How and Why We Should Change the Constitution ...