(Including Amendments Ratified at the November 2, 2004 General Election)
Commonwealth of Kentucky was admitted into the Union as the fifteenth state in 1792. In
its over two hundred years of statehood, Kentucky has had four constitutions:
This web page provides access to the current Kentucky Constitution. The topical outline given below breaks the Constitution down into ranges of sections by subject area and is linked to that specific range within the complete listing of sections. From this range, the user can then jump to a particular section of the Constitution.
In addition to the table-of-contents approach provided below, the Kentucky Constitution may be searched through theLegislature Searching Service web page.
questions or comments to the Reviser of Statutes at firstname.lastname@example.org
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