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Amend

To change by some formal process. For example, one may amend a charter to change how a company operates. Likewise, one may amend a tax return to make it more accurate.
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At last, in 1919, at President Wilson's urging, Congress passes a constitutional amendment giving women the right to vote.
It appears that the CAO's ruling on constitutional amendment is questionable.
HJR1002 Milum - A proposed constitutional amendment allowing a majority vote in both the House and Senate to approve a property tax exemption on the first $20,000 of a home's value.
But this will have to be made through a constitutional amendment, and is some years away.
Giving arguments in favor of constitutional amendments, Attorney
Court remarked " Petitions are already pending hearing with Supreme Court (SC) against 18th and 21st constitutional amendments, therefore, petition filed by Shahid Orakzai be also fixed with them.
Turkey is heading for the polls for the sixth time to vote constitutional amendment package.
In the midst of the state ballot battles, the office of the LDS First Presidency--Hinckley's office, charged with relating God's own messages--issued a brief statement in July 2004 about President Bush's push for an antigay federal amendment: "The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints favors a constitutional amendment preserving marriage as the lawful union of a man and a woman.
Down the line, Backlin said, more candidates who support a constitutional amendment would be elected to Congress.
Legislators in at least 16 states introduced bills calling for a constitutional amendment.
3 approved 71 percent to 29 percent a state constitutional amendment that defines marriage as the union of a man and a woman.
In 2004, Florida physicians filed a constitutional amendment to limit the amount of contingency fees trial attorneys will be able to obtain in medical malpractice claims as a means of addressing their concern with malpractice issues.

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