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Why do people have a strong incentive to write policy decisions into state constitutions?

  • Question 10a of 10 - state policymaking

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  • Question: Why do people have a strong incentive to write policy decisions into state constitutions?
  • Answers:
  1. It is easier to amend a state constitution than it is to change the Constitution of the United States.
  2. Once policies are written into state constitutions, they become harder to change, requiring a new constitutional amendment.
  3. Policies are the actions taken by government on behalf of the people.
  4. State constitutions are the fundamental law of the states, just as the U.S. Constitution is the fundamental law of the United States.

The correct answer is: Once policies are written into state constitutions, they become harder to change, requiring a new constitutional amendment.

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