Utah Constitution

The Utah Constitution was adopted by a Constitutional Convention on May 8, 1895.  It was ratified by vote of the People on November 5, 1895.  It became effective on January 4, 1896.  The Constitution consists of a Preamble and 24 Articles.

According to Article XXII of Utah Constitution, it  can be amended in two ways such as:

  • the legislatively-referred constitutional amendment process, and
  • a constitutional convention.

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