How many amendments are there to the Constitution?


As of 2011 there are 27 amendments to the United States Constitution. The last amendment was added in the early 1990s, there haven't been any more since.
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There have been twenty-seven amendments to the Constitution of the United States. The first ten were ratified in 1791 and are known collectively as the Bill of Rights. The other seventeen
The constitution may be amended by the "votes" of three fourths of the legislatures or conventions of the individual states. Congress decides whether the states adopt amendments
27. The first ten are known as the Bill of Rights. The last
1. Propose an amendment to the U.S. Constitution through a two-thirds-majority vote in both houses of Congress. An amendment may add something to the Constitution, or it may change
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