Alabama doesn’t have a constitution – it has an original document with 827 separate amendments. Alabama’s constitution will have 25 new amendments up for a vote this year. At this rate, it won’t be too long before the constitution, already the nation’s longest, will have been amended 1,000 times. To say that very few – if any – folks in our state know what all is in our Constitution, with all of its amendments, is probably a most accurate statement.
Source: Tuscaloosa News
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