The admendments

what is an Admendment

an Admendment is an official change, correction, or addition to a law or constitution.

what does an admendment do

An amendment basically changes the original text of a formal paper, for instance The Constitution. The amendments in the United States Constitution, which are part of the bill of the rights, protect the inherent rights of all people. The amendment process is carried out in two ways. The first is by passing a bill in both houses of the legislature and the second is through a Constitutional Convention
ALL 27 AMENDMENTS (in four minutes)