A change to the method used to amend the constitution--to require a two-thirds majority support in both houses, for instance--would, itself, require the passage of an amendment.
Too much money, too few voters, too much cultural division, too much mistrust is eroding the confidence in our country's future.
A U.S. appeals court was set to hear arguments Friday on whether a Wisconsin law requiring voters to show photo identification at the polls should be reactivated in time for the November elections.
The favorable Wisconsin Supreme Court rulings come as Scott Walker, sometimes mentioned as a possible 2016 U.S. presidential candidate, finds himself in a tight race with Democratic challenger Mary Burke to retain his current post.
Wisconsin has told a U.S. judge that it will appeal his ruling barring the state from enforcing a voter-identification law.
Kansas and Arizona argue to the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals they have a sovereign right to require proof of citizenship for voters in their states, even for federal elections.
Kansas and Arizona argued Tuesday they have a sovereign right to require proof of citizenship for voters in their states, even for federal elections.
Republicans argue the measure will help fight voter fraud; Democrats counter widespread fraud doesn’t exist in Wisconsin and the requirement will keep poor people, immigrants and senior citizens from voting.
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On the night that House Republicans voted to place an amendment prohibiting gay marriage on the ballot in 2012, Sen. Scott Dibble stood outside the chamber and vowed that Minnesota would become the first state in the country to defeat such a proposal.
Broad coalition led by TakeAction Minnesota won by making the most of modestly funded drive.
The 48 percent level of support is a 7 percent drop from findings last week, and marks a 14-point slide since mid-September.
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