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145th General Assembly
Senate Bill # 13

Primary Sponsor: McBride
CoSponsors: { NONE...}
Introduced on : 01/15/2009
Long Title:AN ACT PROPOSING AN AMENDMENT TO THE CONSTITUTION OF THE STATE OF DELAWARE RELATING TO CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS, AND PROVIDING THAT CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS BE RATIFIED AT THE POLLS.
Synopsis:At present, almost all States provide for the ratification of constitutional amendments. In Delaware, a proposed constitutional amendment must be approved by two General Assemblies. It is the purpose of this Act to provide that, after a constitutional amendment is passed by the General Assembly, it shall be submitted to the voters at the next following general election for ratification. If the proposed amendment is approved; it becomes a part of the Constitution. If the voters reject the proposed amendment, it cannot be re-submitted for a period of three years.
Author: Senator McBride

Current Status: Senate Executive Committee   On   01/15/2009
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Fiscal Notes/Fee Impact:Not Required
Actions History:
Jan 15, 2009 - Assigned to Executive Committee in Senate
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