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Original Message The Titles of Nobility Amendment was introduced in the Senate by Democratic–Republican Senator Philip Reed of Maryland, was passed on April 27, 1810, by a vote of 19–5 and sent to the House of Representatives for its consideration. It was passed by the House on May 1, 1810, by a vote of 87–3. Having been approved by Congress, the proposed amendment was sent to the state legislatures for ratification and was ratified by the following states:

Maryland — December 25, 1810
Kentucky — January 31, 1811
Ohio — January 31, 1811
Delaware — February 2, 1811
Pennsylvania — February 6, 1811
New Jersey — February 13, 1811
Vermont — October 24, 1811
Tennessee — November 21, 1811
North Carolina — December 23, 1811
Georgia — December 31, 1811
Massachusetts — February 27, 1812
New Hampshire — December 9, 1812

The amendment was rejected by Virginia (February 11, 1811), New York (March 12, 1812), Connecticut (May 13, 1813), and Rhode Island (September 15, 1814). No other state legislature has completed ratification action on it.

When the proposed amendment was submitted to the states, ratification by 13 states was required for it to become part of the Constitution; 11 had done so by early 1812. However, with the addition of Louisiana into the Union that year (April 30, 1812), the ratification threshold rose to 14. Thus, when New Hampshire ratified it in December 1812, the proposed amendment again came within 2 states of being ratified. No additional states ratified the proposed amendment and when Indiana and Mississippi were established as states (December 11, 1816 and December 10, 1817 respectively) the threshold rose again to 15. Today, with 50 states in the Union, it has climbed to 38 and ratification by 26 additional states would be necessary in order to incorporate the proposed amendment into the Constitution.

Ozarks granny thread was spreading DISINFO

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Titles of NOBILTY Amendment was NEVER RATIFIED

AND SHE IS LEADING GLP ASTRAY WITH HALF TRUTHS AND LIES

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