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FindLaw: U.S. Constitution: Amendments (3680 words)
The amendment was rejected (and not subsequently ratified) by Kentucky, Maryland, and Tennessee.
The amendment was rejected by Georgia on July 24, 1919; by Alabama on September 22, 1919; by South Carolina on January 29, 1920; by Virginia on February 12, 1920; by Maryland on February 24, 1920; by Mississippi on March 29, 1920; by Louisiana on July 1, 1920.
This amendment was subsequently ratified by Virginia in 1952, Alabama in 1953, Florida in 1969, and Georgia and Louisiana in 1970.
Amendments to the Constitution of the United States — Infoplease.com (2098 words)
Amendment XI (The proposed amendment was sent to the states Mar. 5, 1794, by the Third Congress.
Amendment XV (The proposed amendment was sent to the states Feb. 27, 1869, by the Fortieth Congress.
Amendment XX (The proposed amendment, sometimes called the “Lame Duck Amendment,” was sent to the states Mar. 3, 1932, by the Seventy-second Congress.
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