Category:Unratified amendments to the United States Constitution

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Unratified amendments are amendments proposed by Congress but not (or not yet) approved by three-fourths of the states. A deadline for ratification is often included in amendments proposed since the 1970s. However, some earlier amendments lacking such a provision are still pending and could conceivably be ratified.

Hundreds of constitutional amendments are offered in Congress every year, most never coming to a vote in the House or Senate. This category includes only amendments proposed for ratification by Congress, including expired amendments and still-pending amendments.

See also: Category:Proposed amendments to the United States Constitution

Pages in category "Unratified amendments to the United States Constitution"

The following 6 pages are in this category, out of 6 total. This list may not reflect recent changes (learn more).