Section 4. The validity of the legally authorized national debt of the United States, including the debt incurred for the payment of pensions and bonuses for services aimed at suppressing riots or rebellions, is not in question. But neither the United States nor any state may assume or pay any debt or obligation contracted in support of the uprising or rebellion against the United States, or any claim for the loss or emancipation of a slave; but all such debts, obligations and claims are declared illegal and void. Section 1. No one may be elected to the office of President more than twice, and no person who has served as President or acted as President may be elected to the office of President more than once for more than two years of a term for which another person has been elected President. However, this rule shall not apply to persons who hold the office of President when this rule has been proposed by Congress and shall not prevent persons who may hold office as President or act as President during the term of office during which this Rule enters into force from holding office as President or acting as President for the remainder of the term of office of run. No person may be a senator or representative of Congress or an elector of the President and Vice President, or hold any civilian or military office under the United States or under a State which, having already taken the oath, is a member of Congress or an official of the United States, or a member of a State legislature, or an executive or judicial officer of a State; support the Constitution of the United States, have participated in an uprising or rebellion against it, or provide aid or comfort to their enemies. But Congress can remove such an obstacle with a two-thirds vote of each House. In all cases involving ambassadors, other public ministers and consuls, as well as in cases where a State must be a contracting party, the Supreme Court is initially competent. In all other above-mentioned cases, the Supreme Court has jurisdiction to appeal, both in law and in terms of facts, with such exceptions and under regulations adopted by Congress. No person who is detained for service or work in a State may be dismissed from such service or work under its law who flees to another by reason of a law or regulation contained therein, but who may be extradited at the request of the party to whom such service or work may be due. No State may impose levies or duties on imports or exports without the consent of Congress, unless this is absolutely necessary for the enforcement of its inspection laws: and the net production of all duties and charges levied by a State on imports or exports shall be for the use of the United States Treasury; and all such laws are subject to scrutiny and scrutiny by Congress. Explore the Charters of Freedom exhibit on the National Archives website, which highlights basic U.S.
government records. Included: A change may change a price or deadline. It could correct a false statement in the document. This could solve an unforeseen problem. Parts of the contract that are not modified remain in force. A number of electors of the President and Vice President equal to the total number of senators and congressmen to which the district would be entitled if it were a state, but in no case more than the least populous state; they are in addition to the votes designated by States, but are deemed to be electors designated by a State for the purpose of electing the President and Vice-President; and they shall meet in the district and perform the functions provided for in the twelfth article of the amendment. Any bill that has been passed by the House of Representatives and the Senate will be submitted to the President of the United States before it becomes law: if he agrees, he signs it, but otherwise, he will send it, with his objections, to the House from which it would come, which will record the objections in their journal as a whole; and continue to reconsider it. If, after such a review, two-thirds of the House agrees to pass the bill, it is sent to the other House with objections, which also verifies it, and if it is approved by two-thirds of that House, it becomes law. But in all these cases, the votes of both houses are determined by yes and no, and the names of the people who vote for and against the bill are recorded in the journal of each house. If a bill is not to be returned by the president within ten days (except Sunday) of its introduction, the same applies to a law, in the same way as if he had signed it, unless Congress, by its adjournment, prevents its return, in which case it is not a law.