We all know the process by which the US Constitution can be amended and as any ERA supporter on our side or Defense of Marriage supporter on their side can tell you: It ain't easy. Nor should it be.
But aside from a full blown Article V Convention, which is despite being the wet dream of every unhinged AM Radio Host is even more unlikely, the process does need to start in one of the chambers of Congress.
So it is interesting to note that as of close of session yesterday there have been exactly 253 items introduced to the Senate Floor, six of which are formal requests that the Constitution be amended.
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