Amendment - Amendments to the Constitution David Lombardo Professor Wes Kennsion Amendment XXVIII All treaties ratified by the Senate will

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Amendments to the Constitution David Lombardo Professor Wes Kennsion Amendment XXVIII All treaties ratified by the Senate will automatically have funds appropriated to comply with the language of the treaty, and will not require approval from the House of Representatives to allot funds to comply with the treaty. If the treaty require reauthorization of funds in twenty years the House will then be involved in the appropriation process as is the usual practice. The Debate Historical Person: Alexander Hamilton. Bastard child and loser of final duel Great Documents Person: Father of Constitution and height challenged Alex : I would like to vehemently throw my support behind this amendment. I’ve never been a huge fan of the House of Representatives, and by further stripping this “people’s” branch of more power we can keep the power where it belongs. There is a time and place for the people to have a say in the government, but when it comes to treaties I want the major players to have a little separation from the actual people. James : I should tell you Alex, since you died, Senators are now directly elected. Alex: WHAT??!?!?! (Looking through amendments) We trust the election of senators to the people now? James
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This note was uploaded on 04/08/2008 for the course HUM 221 taught by Professor Kennison during the Spring '08 term at SUNY Geneseo.

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Amendment - Amendments to the Constitution David Lombardo Professor Wes Kennsion Amendment XXVIII All treaties ratified by the Senate will

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