14th Amendment: why birthright citizenship change 'can't be done' - CSMonitor.comQuicklink submitted by Sheila Samples Permalink
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|Passage of a new constitutional amendment would require a two-thirds 'aye' vote in the House and Senate, plus the approval of the legislatures of three-quarters of the 50 states. In today's polarized political environment, it is hard to envision that happening.|
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