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National Constitution Center Proposed Amendments to the Constitution

Amendments to the U.S. Constitution proposed at a convention of libertarian, progressive, and conservative professors and scholars on August 29 and 31, 2022: “When the National Constitution Center asked three teams to come up with constitutional amendments based on commonalities among our draft constitutions…The Progressive Team came to the convention with high hopes for some consensus on proposed amendments to the Constitution. It was gratifying to see the possibility for agreement across the political and ideological spectrum on some practical and important reforms but also to see the recognition from the other teams that the Constitution is not perfect and could and has been improved over time. We agreed on several changes, including (1) Supreme Court term limits, (2) making it easier to amend the Constitution, (3) reforming the impeachment process, (4) allowing for legislative vetoes of executive and regulatory actions, and (5) ending the natural born citizen requirement for the presidency…”

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