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Published by Constitutional Convention Commission? in [Helena .
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ContributionsMontana. Constitutional Convention Commission.
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LC ClassificationsKFM9401 1972 .A255
The Physical Object
Pagination[37] p. ;
Number of Pages37
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23327761M
OCLC/WorldCa7794299

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  On Janu , the delegates convened in an open convention with a free exchange of ideas including ideas submitted by Montana citizens. After 54 working days, the newly drafted Constitution was signed by all delegates and submitted to the people for ratification on June 6.     On June 6, the new Constitution was ratified by a narrow vote margin, upheld by a Montana Supreme Court decision on a case brought by many of the opponents who had lost their favored status. While most delegates supported ratification, some had opposed it. It was proposed during the 91st Congress (–). The House Judiciary Committee voted 28 to 6 to approve the proposal and was eventually passed the full House with bipartisan support on Septem , by a vote of to The Senate commenced openly debating the proposal and the proposal was quickly filibustered. Q. After the Constitution was submitted for ratification, where did the greatest contests occur? A. In Massachusetts, Virginia, and New York. Q. In each instance what was the vote? A. New York ratified the Constitution by a majority of three votes 30 to 27; Massachusetts by to .

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