Amendments

1.Any specific amendment or amendments tothis Constitution may be proposed in the Senate or General Assembly. At leasttwenty calendar days prior to the first vote thereon in the house in which suchamendment or amendments are first introduced, the same shall be printed andplaced on the desks of the members of each house. Thereafter and prior to suchvote a public hearing shall be held thereon. If the proposed amendment oramendments or any of them shall be agreed to by three-fifths of all the membersof each of the respective houses, the same shall be submitted to the people. Ifthe same or any of them shall be agreed to by less than three-fifths butnevertheless by a majority of all the members of each of the respective houses,such proposed amendment or amendments shall be referred to the Legislature inthe next legislative year; and if in that year the same or any of them shall beagreed to by a majority of all the members of each of the respective houses,then such amendment or amendments shall be submitted to the people.

2.The proposed amendment or amendments shallbe entered on the journal of each house with the yeas and nays of the membersvoting thereon.

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