Facts: involved the proposed Child Labor Act amendment to the US Constitution. Kansas’ Secretary of State endorsed a resolution with the notation that it had been passed by the legislature. 21 members of the Kansas Senate sued to force the Secretary of State to change his endorsements to “not passed” on the basis that the Lieutenant Government had, without authority, cast the deciding vote. ?s also claimed that the amendment was ratified within a reasonable period of time.
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