Today marks the 100th anniversary of the birth of the U.S. Constitution, and it’s been a tumultuous year in American history.
In 2017, a number of bills and other bills have been proposed to amend the U,S.
constitution to make it more inclusive.
These amendments are all on the table right now, and many Americans are concerned that they may become law before the 100-year mark is up.
What will it mean for you and your family?
Here are some things to consider:What are the chances that the amendments you and others have been advocating for will be enacted?
It’s unclear whether the proposed amendments will pass the Senate.
The Senate is the legislative branch, and the Senate has the power to change the constitution.
The Constitution has been amended every four years for the past 400 years.
If this year’s version passes, it could be the last time we have a constitution amendment.
But if it passes the Senate, the House of Representatives will vote on the amendments, which would then go to the president for his signature.
The president then would sign them into law.
What would that mean for your family’s future?
The Senate amendments would likely have the biggest impact on the children of Americans of color.
The bill would likely change the race-neutral language that currently prohibits certain children from being classified as white, black, Asian, Hispanic, Native American or American Indian.
These children, who are not legally white, would not be able to participate in the voting booth or in the federal government.
This bill would also make it easier for parents to file a complaint with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission if they believe their child is discriminated against on the basis of race, religion, national origin, gender, or disability.
This is a very dangerous bill.
What are your thoughts about the proposed changes?
What can you do to help fight against these amendments?
If you are concerned about the amendments or your family, you can contact the ACLU of Colorado and the ACLU Foundation to discuss ways to help.
And you can also contact your state representative and ask him or her to support the bill.
The ACLU of Missouri has also released a statement opposing the proposed legislation.
The bill would amend the constitution to include gender-neutral, language that protects everyone in the country and prohibits discrimination on the grounds of race and religion.
If passed, this would likely lead to the creation of new classes of Americans who would be excluded from participation in federal, state and local government, and from the ballot box.
This would be a dangerous step toward further eroding protections for women, people of color, LGBTQ people, and other vulnerable populations.