Sentences with Amendment, Amendment in a Sentence in English, Sentences For Amendment

Sentences with Amendment, Amendment in a Sentence in English, Sentences For Amendment

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1. I do not support a constitutional amendment to prohibit gay marriage.

2. In the United States, the First Amendment protects freedom of speech.

3. A funny thing happened to the First Amendment on its way to the public forum. A

4. I didn’t know that President Bush would endorse a constitutional amendment banning same-sex marriage.

5. I can only assume that your editorial writer tripped over the First Amendment and thought it was the office cat.

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6. Advocates and scholars discuss the First Amendment, the freedom of religion, and the separation of Church and State.

7. There are more than 30 states, who either by statute or constitutional amendment, have defined marriage as being between a man and a woman.

8. I do support a constitutional amendment on marriage between a man and a woman, but I would not be going into the states to overturn their state law.

9. Today, I will vote in support of the Marriage Protection Amendment. I shall do so because like President Bush, I strongly believe that marriage should be between a man and a woman.

10. I’m knocking our pitiful, pathetic lawmakers. And I thank God that President Bush has stated, we need a Constitutional amendment that states that marriage is between a man and a woman.

11. We need uniform protection of traditional marriage. You can’t have different definitions on something as fundamental as marriage. The Marriage Protection Amendment is the only solution to this problem.

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12. The way that same-sex marriage should reach the federal level is that it absolutely should be decided by the Supreme Court as quickly as possible. It’s a 14th Amendment issue. There’s no argument about it.

13. President Bush has a record of cutting taxes, has provided a prescription drug benefit for seniors, has upheld the Second Amendment and remains committed to stopping liberal activists judges who are redefining marriage.

14. So far, 44 States, or 88 percent of the States, have enacted laws providing that marriage shall consist of a union between a man and a woman. Only 75 percent of the States are required to approve a constitutional amendment.

15. While 45 of the 50 States have either a State constitutional amendment or a statute that preserves the current definition of marriage, left-wing activist judges and officials at the local levels have struck down State laws protecting marriage.

16. I think it’s best if there’s an amendment that goes on the ballot where the people can weigh in. Every time this issue has gone on the ballot, the people have voted to retain the traditional definition of marriage as recently as California in 2008.

17. For the life of me, I don’t understand what honest motive there is in putting this in front of this body to philosophically debate marriage on a constitutional amendment that is not going to happen, and which is enormously divisive in all of our communities.

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