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Teenage pregnancy , also known as adolescent pregnancy , is pregnancy in a female under the age of Pregnant teenagers face many of the same pregnancy related issues as other women. There are, however, additional concerns for those under the age of 15 as they are less likely to be physically developed enough to sustain a healthy pregnancy or to give birth.
In developed countries, teenage pregnancies are associated with social issues , including lower educational levels, poverty , and other negative life outcomes in children of teenage mothers. Teenage pregnancy in developed countries is usually outside of marriage and carries a social stigma. However, in these societies, early pregnancy may combine with malnutrition and poor health care to cause medical problems. When used in combination, educational interventions and promotion of birth control can reduce the risk of unintended teenage pregnancies.
The age of the mother is determined by the easily verified date when the pregnancy ends , not by the estimated date of conception. It violates the rights of girls, with life-threatening consequences in terms of sexual and reproductive health, and poses high development costs for communities, particularly in perpetuating the cycle of poverty. The risk of maternal death for girls under age 15 in low and middle income countries is higher than for women in their twenties. Several studies have examined the socioeconomic , medical , and psychological impact of pregnancy and parenthood in teens.
Life outcomes for teenage mothers and their children vary; other factors, such as poverty or social support , may be more important than the age of the mother at the birth.
Many solutions to counteract the more negative findings have been proposed. Teenage parents who can rely on family and community support, social services and child-care support are more likely to continue their education and get higher paying jobs as they progress with their education. A holistic approach is required in order to address teenage pregnancy. This means not focusing on changing the behaviour of girls but addressing the underlying reasons of adolescent pregnancy such as poverty, gender inequality, social pressures and coercion.
This approach should include "providing age-appropriate comprehensive sexuality education for all young people, investing in girls' education, preventing child marriage, sexual violence and coercion, building gender-equitable societies by empowering girls and engaging men and boys and ensuring adolescents' access to sexual and reproductive health information as well as services that welcome them and facilitate their choices".
In the United States one third of high school students reported being sexually active. Teenage pregnancy puts young women at risk for health issues, economic, social and financial issues. Being a young mother in a first world country can affect one's education. Teen mothers are more likely to drop out of high school.
Less than one third of teenage mothers receive any form of child support, vastly increasing the likelihood of turning to the government for assistance. Teenage motherhood may actually make economic sense for young women with less money, some research suggests. For instance, long-term studies by Duke University economist V.
Joseph Hotz and colleagues, published in , found that by age 35, former teen mothers had earned more in income, paid more in taxes, were substantially less likely to live in poverty and collected less in public assistance than similarly poor women who waited until their 20s to have babies. Women who became mothers in their teens—freed from child-raising duties by their late 20s and early 30s to pursue employment while poorer women who waited to become mothers were still stuck at home watching their young children—wound up paying more in taxes than they had collected in welfare.
According to the National Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy, nearly 1 in 4 teen mothers will experience another pregnancy within two years of having their first. Many teen parents do not have the intellectual or emotional maturity that is needed to provide for another life. Early motherhood can affect the psychosocial development of the infant.
The children of teen mothers are more likely to be born prematurely with a low birth weight, predisposing them to many other lifelong conditions. Maternal and prenatal health is of particular concern among teens who are pregnant or parenting.
The worldwide incidence of premature birth and low birth weight is higher among adolescent mothers. Research indicates that pregnant teens are less likely to receive prenatal care , often seeking it in the third trimester , if at all. In the case for Latinas and teenage pregnancy there are barriers that prevent them from receiving any health care.
That is because the Latino population is the least uninsured group in the Unites States . Young mothers who are given high-quality maternity care have significantly healthier babies than those who do not. Many of the health-issues associated with teenage mothers appear to result from lack of access to adequate medical care.
Many pregnant teens are at risk of nutritional deficiencies from poor eating habits common in adolescence, including attempts to lose weight through dieting , skipping meals , food faddism , snacking , and consumption of fast food. Inadequate nutrition during pregnancy is an even more marked problem among teenagers in developing countries. Young mothers and their babies are also at greater risk of contracting HIV.
The maternal mortality rate can be up to five times higher for girls aged 10—14 than for women aged 20— Illegal abortion also holds many risks for teenage girls in areas such as sub-Saharan Africa. Risks for medical complications are greater for girls aged under 15, as an underdeveloped pelvis can lead to difficulties in childbirth. Obstructed labour is normally dealt with by caesarean section in industrialized nations ; however, in developing regions where medical services might be unavailable, it can lead to eclampsia , obstetric fistula , infant mortality , or maternal death.
Rates of teenage pregnancies are higher in societies where it is traditional for girls to marry young and where they are encouraged to bear children as soon as they are able. For example, in some sub-Saharan African countries, early pregnancy is often seen as a blessing because it is proof of the young woman's fertility.
In the Indian subcontinent , early marriage and pregnancy is more common in traditional rural communities than in cities. Many teenagers are not taught about methods of birth control and how to deal with peers who pressure them into having sex before they are ready. Many pregnant teenagers do not have any cognition of the central facts of sexuality.
Economic incentives also influence the decision to have children. In societies where children are set to work at an early age, it is economically attractive to have many children. Countries with low levels of teenagers giving birth accept sexual relationships among teenagers and provide comprehensive and balanced information about sexuality.
Teen pregnancy and motherhood can influence younger siblings. One study found that the younger sisters of teen mothers were less likely to emphasize the importance of education and employment and more likely to accept human sexual behavior , parenting , and marriage at younger ages; younger brothers, too, were found to be more tolerant of non-marital and early births, in addition to being more susceptible to high-risk behaviors.
In most countries, most males experience sexual intercourse for the first time before their 20th birthday. In a Kaiser Family Foundation study of U. Inhibition-reducing drugs and alcohol may possibly encourage unintended sexual activity. If so, it is unknown if the drugs themselves directly influence teenagers to engage in riskier behavior, or whether teenagers who engage in drug use are more likely to engage in sex.
Correlation does not imply causation. The drugs with the strongest evidence linking them to teenage pregnancy are alcohol , cannabis , "ecstasy" and other substituted amphetamines.
The drugs with the least evidence to support a link to early pregnancy are opioids , such as heroin , morphine , and oxycodone , of which a well-known effect is the significant reduction of libido — it appears that teenage opioid users have significantly reduced rates of conception compared to their non-using, and alcohol , "ecstasy" , cannabis, and amphetamine using peers. Girls who mature early precocious puberty are more likely to engage in sexual intercourse at a younger age, which in turn puts them at greater risk of teenage pregnancy.
Adolescents may lack knowledge of, or access to, conventional methods of preventing pregnancy, as they may be too embarrassed or frightened to seek such information. In , the government of the UK set a target to halve the under pregnancy rate by The pregnancy rate in this group, although falling, rose slightly in , to Young women often think of contraception either as 'the pill' or condoms and have little knowledge about other methods.
They are heavily influenced by negative, second-hand stories about methods of contraception from their friends and the media. Prejudices are extremely difficult to overcome. Over concern about side-effects, for example weight gain and acne , often affect choice. Missing up to three pills a month is common, and in this age group the figure is likely to be higher. Restarting after the pill-free week, having to hide pills, drug interactions and difficulty getting repeat prescriptions can all lead to method failure.
The results were that In a study, over 1, females were surveyed to find out factors contributing to not using contraception. Of those surveyed, almost half had been involved in unprotected sex within the previous three months.
These women gave three main reasons for not using contraceptives: In a study for The Guttmacher Institute , researchers found that from a comparative perspective, however, teenage pregnancy rates in the U. Among teens in the UK seeking an abortion, a study found that the rate of contraceptive use was roughly the same for teens as for older women. In other cases, contraception is used, but proves to be inadequate. Inexperienced adolescents may use condoms incorrectly, forget to take oral contraceptives , or fail to use the contraceptives they had previously chosen.
Contraceptive failure rates are higher for teenagers, particularly poor ones, than for older users. According to The Encyclopedia of Women's Health, published in , there has been an increased effort to provide contraception to adolescents via family planning services and school-based health, such as HIV prevention education.
Multiple studies have indicated a strong link between early childhood sexual abuse and subsequent teenage pregnancy in industrialized countries. In some countries, sexual intercourse between a minor and an adult is not considered consensual under the law because a minor is believed to lack the maturity and competence to make an informed decision to engage in fully consensual sex with an adult.
In those countries, sex with a minor is therefore considered statutory rape. In most European countries, by contrast, once an adolescent has reached the age of consent, he or she can legally have sexual relations with adults because it is held that in general although certain limitations may still apply , reaching the age of consent enables a juvenile to consent to sex with any partner who has also reached that age. Therefore, the definition of statutory rape is limited to sex with a person under the minimum age of consent.
What constitutes statutory rape ultimately differs by jurisdiction see age of consent. Studies have indicated that adolescent girls are often in abusive relationships at the time of their conceiving. Girls under age 18 are twice as likely to be beaten by their child's father than women over age Similar results have been found in studies in the U. Teenage pregnancy has been defined predominantly within the research field and among social agencies as a social problem.
Poverty is associated with increased rates of teenage pregnancy. Males noted that teenage birth rates closely mapped poverty rates in California: Teen pregnancy cost the U.
There is little evidence to support the common belief that teenage mothers become pregnant to get benefits, welfare, and council housing. Most knew little about housing or financial aid before they got pregnant and what they thought they knew often turned out to be wrong.
Women exposed to abuse, domestic violence , and family strife in childhood are more likely to become pregnant as teenagers, and the risk of becoming pregnant as a teenager increases with the number of adverse childhood experiences. The researchers note that "family dysfunction has enduring and unfavorable health consequences for women during the adolescent years, the childbearing years, and beyond.
Studies have also found that girls whose fathers left the family early in their lives had the highest rates of early sexual activity and adolescent pregnancy.
Army Corps of Engineers began in Fort Morgan was completed in and seized by troops of the State of Alabama on January 4, Starting in , the U. Army Corps of Engineers decided to build a new fortification system at the fort. The brick fort was replaced by reinforced concrete batteries as the main means of protecting Mobile Bay. In November the U. Navy retook the fort and in the 50th Coast Artillery Regiment renewed the fort's coastal defense mission.
In July , Fort Morgan was permanently abandoned. The Birmingham Civil Rights Institute in Birmingham is an educational and cultural research center dedicated to promoting a deeper understanding of civil rights developments in the area with an increasing move to emphasize the universal struggle for human rights.
It opened its doors in and since then has been visited by more than two million people from across the globe and all 50 states. Each year, the BCRI reaches more than , individuals through group tours, teacher education, outreach programs, after-school and public programs, archival collections, and exhibitions.
Birmingham Civil Rights Institute. The Huntsville Botanical Garden is open throughout the year and visitors can see an aquatic garden, a wildflower and nature trail as well as many plant collections and specialty gardens.
Adults and children will both love a walk through the dinosaur garden, storybook garden, and space garden. The garden has a gift shop, outdoor and indoor facility rentals, and programs for all ages. Wintertime features more than varieties of camellias; during the spring, azaleas are everywhere; and summer brings hydrangeas, roses, and tropical plants and in the fall, visitors will find an amazing display of cascading chrysanthemums.
The 10,square-foot home was designed by the Mobile architect, George B. Rogers, and built in The exterior features handmade brick and the ironwork is from the Southern Hotel.
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Martin Luther King and his family lived from to There is also an interpretive center and the King-Johns Garden for Reflection. The interpretive center features an area to view videos on Dr. It features a 7,gallon sting ray touch pool, a 10,square foot exhibit hall, and the Living Marsh Boardwalk.
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If there are term limits, then people will try to do the best they can while they are still in office to improve America. Rimas I would add some sort of Amendment that would change how campaigns can be financed. Almost all politicians are corrupt and usually candidates with the most money win, not the ones with the best ideas.
I would also make it so only individuals can donate money, not corporations or Super PACs. Most of the time in politics it seems like candidates are working for their donors and not for the people and it shouldn't be that way. This has allowed for adapting interpretations as time has gone on, while maintaining the basic tenets of freedom in the United States. There is some room for change, but this should only be for the sake of clarity.
The First and Fourth Amendments should be clarified in the extent to which they go, and the Second Amendment should be reworded to better establish what it protects. I agree with the current process of amending the constitution, and believe that the next amendment should concern whether it is the right of the states or federal government to regulate substance.
I personally believe it is the states' responsibility. So I would not want to change something and take the risk of country going bad. It has survived in an largely unedited state because its laws are timeless.
For over years, the Bill of Rights has protected the most basic rights that secure our well-being. Today's society has utilities like Twitter and Facebook at its disposal; Still, we still live under the same rights as before because they are applicable. The Constitution survives because its framers made it vague enough to function during any time period. Since the document has successfully survived for this long and has not been amended since , it must be doing its job.
At the moment, there doesn't seem to be any glaring loopholes or faults in the Constitution. One could argue that a few articles need clarification, but the people will speak up when they want change. Although the the people should be heard and listened to if they are dissatisfied with the Constitution, I don't think we should use social media to change the Constitution. The Internet is a good place to start conversation and discussion about issues. However, we should not let citizens directly take part in the government.
That is why this country's government is a representative democracy. It is a sound document that has stood tests and trials for a reason. But, we live in a time where there are big social changes coming about. Gay rights and women's rights are becoming more and more sought after. I believe that one day some type of amendment should be made to protect the rights of all people to love who they choose to love and be who they are.
I also believe there should eventually be an amendment made that truly makes men and women equal. I think that there should be another constitution addressed with more guidelines and laws for this generation considering a lot has changed.
It needs to fit modern society. The Bill Of Rights needs to stay the same. The view on the constitution needs to change for example when people read the amendments, How one person interrupts the constitution may not be how another person interrupts it. I would be more specific, so that way when someone looks back they will have a accurate answer to go by. I do not think that Iceland made a wise decision by basing their constitution off of what people said on they social media, because there are a lot of bias opinions.
I would not change the Constitution. I think the process of amending the constitution is too strenuous. I think the Constitution should stay the same.
I think that social media should have nothing to do with changing the Constitution. I wouldn't change anything in it, nor would I take out anything. The process for amending the Constitution is rather difficult because not many amendments can get though. The Constitution has enough amendments as it is, and social media shouldn't get involved with it, in my opinion.
It is the center of America and the most important document in this country. I don't think anything needs to be changed in it. The United States was built around it and primarily everything that was not addressed has been addressed in the amendments that have been written. The document is fine how it is and no revision is needed to it. Although the 19th amendment was passed it only gives us the right to vote. That alone will not, and has not ended discrimination. Nowadays,women still encounter it in their everyday lives.
For example, sometimes women aren't given a job for the mere fact that they're female and are thought to be incapable of doing such a task.
When women are given the opportunity,sometimes they aren't being payed as much as a man would. It shouldn't matter what sex you are,as long as you do your job,and do it well. Women should be guaranteed equal rights! We've gone so long with it and it seems to be working for everyone.
Everyone is granted with equal rights and it's all fair! True that we should change according to time. Another reason why i would not change the Constitution is because it has please majority of Americans. The next constitutional amendment should be that everyone gets treated equally no matter what background they come from. Even though they say " everyone's treated equally in america" its not true in most of the cases. The constitution may not be a document that crosses our minds every second, but it is a document that plays a role when we have some kind of issue brought by the people.
An example would be the 1st amendment. Even though the 1st amendment states the right to freedom of speech, I would change it. It is not clear to some people that the 1st amendment was set for the purpose of freedom of speech towards political views. So, I would make it more clear. Now, I can't say that I would take any out because I think the amendments we have now play a role to everyday life and liberty, and I wouldn't want to mess with any of that.
When regarding the process of ratifying amendments, I think it's legit. On the other hand, with using technology and social media to pitch ideas is not a bad idea. Just because ideas are thrown out there doesn't mean they're ALL going to be accepted.
Having other people's ideas listened to can lead to changes, and change could be good. The constitution shouldn't be changed because the way it is presently seems to be managing everthing perfectly.
Although, if the constitution were to be changed then social media would be very useful because our generation is more technologically advanced than when the constitution was originally made.
Since our generation is more advanced, then more people would be apart and would participate with their input on changes to the constitution. I would not change any Constitution's article or amendment because every that is in the amendment is keeping me alive.
Using social media to change Constitution is helpful most of the time but I would prefer changing the Constitution face to face. After over years, we are still alive. After enduring thousands of problems, our government is still running.
The Constitution and the amendments help run our lives. Not in a bad way, but in the same way of children needing their parents. If the Constitution gets changed, I believe there will be major downfalls, and our government could possibly come crumbling down like the Roman Empire. Bradley The Constitution has shaped our world how it is today. If I had to change one thing about the constitution it would be the First Amendment- Freedom of Speech.
I wouldn't necessarily change the entire but I'd make it a bit more specific. The whole concept of "freedom of speech" is that your able to say what you want, but not always. When I think of freedom I think of no limits, especially with what your thinking. I would be very specific on what your allowed to say and when. For example if you got arrested you may be in a lot more trouble if you express your anger through words, even with out using profanity.
As I said I would just be more specific. I think Tom Ginsburg knows what he is talking about. If i change the constitution, it would been the same things, i wouldnt change it one bit. They need to speek what they think about the government and the wars.
The 27 amendments were made for a reason. To make US as it was. The amending process is functional, reasonable and just. When it comes to social media to change the constitution it may be a good idea since more people could be informed about the change but it could also serve as a harm since the internet and social media may not provide enough or the right information. I don't think I would change anything about our constitution. It's lasted years and is still working.
Why fix what isn't broken? It think that the process for amending, however, should be made little more public. Even though, we do elect our Congress to represent us, sometimes it seems as if we aren't being represented very well and it would be nice to know more about what's going on in Congress. I don't know what the next amendment should be, and I don't think I could make a fair judgment on what should be. I think that using social media is a great idea.
Our society is very opinionated and usually go to social media to rant and complain, That's a great way to find out what's on the minds of out society. If you want to marry someone gender should not stop you. The constitution does not mention at all and i think it should.
People should have the right to marry the person they are in love with. Even if it did, it is not and should not be our top concern. America used to be seen as a leading nation, we were regarded as "America the great". The historian, Machiavelli once said "it is better to be feared than loved", but as Newsweek Magazine has stated America, is neither. No, i would leave everything as is. Mainly because since it has lasted this long and pleased the majority of Americans.
It was put together by the best people of that time with the best of their ability. I don't think there will be another amendment added, nor that their should be.
Using social media is a good way to talk about the constitution, but no to change it. We have arguably been one of the most successful countries in the world in the last years because we have such a rock solid constitution. I honestly wouldn't change a thing about the Constitution. I also think social media has no place in the Constitution. When it comes to change something I wouldn't change any of the articles neither the amendments because those are the amendments that has been helping the leaders of this country.
But something that they should implement it would be the immigration situation for those students that have been making a effort to succeed in life , students that have been in the U. S for about 7 years and don't have bad criminal record.
And about the social media I think that this will not help because most of the people that use the social media don't even know the constitution. That will cause a big problem to us and the rest of the country. Busch I think that the Constitution has endured because although the Constitution was written over years ago, I say its obsolutly important because it is our basic rights and limits the governments power.
I would not change a thing because its brilliant. The next Constitutional amendment it would be gay marriage because i think its kinda of free speech and that one of our rights, to have the right to stand up for whats right.
Using social media is a good idea but kinda on the high level of improffesionla. I don't think I would change any of the articles or amendments or take any out. The process of amending the Constitution seems as correctly done as it could be. I'm on the fence about the social media thing, I believe that it could work or not. The next amendment to be to legalize immigrants that have been in the U.
A for more than 8 years and who came legally to this country so they can become residents. I think too much discrimination has been granted in the U. S and it needs to stop. I wouldn't use social media to change the constitution. Many people in the internet don't know about politics and they would make problems rather than solve them. S constitution has proven to be one of the best, if not the best.
By allowing the People the chance of making amends to the constitution, we allow the constitution to change with modern America.
By exercising this policy, we now have added 27 amendments to our once very straightforward laws. I wouldn't necessarily change anything about the constitution, but I would ask our founding fathers to clarify and expand on some of the amendments to get a better picture of what they had in mind.
Using social media to change the constitution would not be a good idea because not all of our population is educated on the subject, which in terms means that, they would not make well informed decisions. I think the next Constitutional amendment should be that immigrants are welcome to this country, but they must go through a background check on all records from the country they came from to make sure that they would not be dangerous to have in the U. Using the media to change the Constitution is a bit tricky because many people are just strongly opinionated selfishly instead of for the good of everyone.
All the articles and amendments for me are clearly set told so there's no other amendment I would want to put. The details placed, despite the progress we believe we have made still work because people themselves have not changed. There need be no major changes, and if something were to be, then that is what the Amendment process is for.
Though some modern clarifications could be used, especially with our growing technology. Also perhaps to make sure that everyone, no difference withstanding get the same rights. No one can have more or less than another; sex, orientation, race and ect should not be a factor on anything other than it is simply who you are.
The articles and amendments as they are currently have given we Americans the freedom we enjoy today. If the laws and liberties were written any other way, we wouldn't know the same freedom we have presently. If the process of amending the constitution were any simpler than two-thirds of Congress approving, then legislatures in three-fourths signing off on it, then the laws that are just and necessary for furthering our liberties would be accompanied by laws that are made in haste and don't benefit the people as a whole.
If an amendment is appropriate and justified in its enactment, then it won't matter the difficulty of the amending process, it will eventually become part of our nation's list of liberties. Using social media to amend the constitution would be a mistake. Often, ideas and statements made on these types of media are given in a cursory and one-sided manner; it would be impossible to gain a full picture of the people's opinion as a whole because of the millions of different variations of opinions that would be given on these websites.
Also because the process of amending the constitution is very lengthy, this allows the constitution to be stable and not be dragged down by all the amendments that would pass if the process was a simple one. Honestly, i don't think any change should be made to the constitution. The fact that it has lasted all these years show that every amendment plays a part so none of them should be removed. Plus, until a major issue comes up that cannot be solved with any of the amendments that are already in the constitution, adding a new wouldn't be necessary.
The Constitution these days is more talked about and evolved and used. I would change nothing in the Constitution. I would agree with the term limits on judges. I would not take any out. I think it is a long process but it is necessary because if something gets passed then you know it is what most people feel is the right thing to do. I think using social media is a good idea because you can hear everyone's thoughts on certain things. What i would do to change the consitution, or at least add something on it to change it or make it better is enforce the 19th amendment further for residents from other countries also with visa's.
Also, women still, to this day get paid a little less then men do. Women are very inteligent and have a lot of oppurtunites, women have had the issue for a while and with the 19th amendment eforced women will be able to do greater things and possibly be more successful then somje men could be. Thje constitution isn't fully completled, there needs to be more added, like in the article how Icelandhad to update their consitution to keep up with the modern society, we too need to keep up, but also keep our nation's consituition protected as an important historical document.
Dorceus I think that the constitution has endured because of the information it holds. I would not change anythng about the U. S constitution because I agree with everything that it proposes. And I think that the process of amending the constitution is very long, rigorous and complex process. If I were to create the next ammendment to the constitution, I would probably make it regulate the amount of oversea jobs for America. And I agree with using social media to change the constitution because the government is supposed to be for the people.
Busch Hayfield Secondary If I could the Constitution change the voting age to 15 or 16 because I think at that age your mature enough and know what you want in a president that would lead the country. Another law I wouldst change is the drinking age to Since 18 is the age where you become a legal adult then you have the right to drink.
Also when your 18 you can vote you are able to buy tobacco products so why can you purchase alcohol. Also, when the constitution was signed by the 9 states out of the 12 states that were there they found out that most of those rules and regulations could actually apply in any situation or conflict or even experience the United States could pass through and they also believed that the future changed so they also put in concepts that could apply any future time but they allowed future changes by adding amendments.
I would not take out any because I believe all the amendments make a great difference in the United States and without those changes there could be an unstable and unfair United States governments. I believe that if i add an amendment it would be an amendment that allows citizens to choose the supreme courts judges, because we don't really get informed well of who are the life long running judges and we are a democracy where people are supposed to elect.
I believe using social media is a good way of changing the constitutions because it gives the people's opinions and if it's in the media its because its an important issue and a very popular one too. The Constitution does not establish a tyranny, it establishes a government that protects the people. I would not change any of the articles, nor the amendments. They have been given so much time and thought for people to change them in an instant.
The Founding Fathers sacrificed 3 months into developing the constitution with the sole purpose of helping the citizens of the United States, not themselves. The process of amending the Constitution is not an easy one and should stay the way it is. To be honest, I have no idea what the next amendment should be. I don't believe that using the social media to change the constitution is a good idea.
There are a lot of people who are selfish and do not think of others, they do not have political knowledge to change such an important document. Dorceus I think the constitution should be changed, as we grow as a nation and as more larger problems occur.
I believe the constitution has endured for a couple of reaons. One people don't like change, and it would be to hard and time consumming to change. I wouldn't because the amendment protect are rights as a people. I believe the process of amending the constitution is long but works.
I don't have an opinion of what the next constitutional amendment should be. I think using social media is a good idea, and I think that more people would be involed, myself included. The last time i learned about the process was in the 8th grade! Dorceus because there is a reason why they wrote the articles and the amendments. No i would not take anything away i would keep it, dont you think why there is a reason why its there?
Busch Because the constitution has been amended only when the people or government recognize a widespread problem. I think the constitutions articles and amendments are pretty set, i wouldn't change or remove anything for right now. The process to amend the constitution is pretty tough, but clearly taken seriously.
I don't have many ideas or thoughts to add to the next constitutional amendment. I think that using social media to change the constitutions is almost clever. Through social media, we can get different views and many ideas people have brainstormed from all over. That would be dope. Before the constution even wrote that women would get certain libertys as men did. I really don't think the the Constitution needs much alteration.
For example, making the judges terms shorter would have them caring about citizen pressure- which is not good for the judges.
I would get rid of the 3rd Amendment, because we never use it now. I think we need to refresh somethings, like we would need to do with any old documents. I would add, the government require a balanced budget.
I believe the amendments are fine as are, but if possible I would add another amendment. I would not take out any. The process of amending the Constitution is long and tedious, however it is not necessarily a bad thing, a true determination for change will overcome that obstacle for what is right.
The next amendment should perhaps ensure certain human rights for all people residing in the US. I disagree with using social media to change the Constitution, not everyone is well informed enough to make a permanent change in a country's system of government. I would change first amendment. Yes, it grants freedom, but it is intended for American citizens not everyone. It should apply to everyone because everyone that comes to America mainly comes for the American Dream.
The process of amending an amendment is very strict, having to go through several agreements with Congress, having the President approve it, then it goes under processes. If I were to make an amendment it should be one based on education for the future. It doesn't matter if the person is a legal citizen or not. The social media does have a impact on the Constitution since the opinions of a lot of people are on social media and or news articles.
In more recent years the internet and a lot of other people may have an impact on changing the Constitution. There is nothing on the constitution that seemed outrageous or any amendments that take the rights of the people or make them distrust the government. I would not change the constitution in any form or matter since the constitution. The current amendments don't seem outrageous and the process to amend the constitution seem proper in my opinion.
The amendment process for the constitution requires for the house and senate to agree and approve the amendment. The constitution was written to last for a very long time. The amendments are made to go along with the changes in America.
The Constitution isn't the same as it was when it was first written.
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