Example sentences for: amendments

How can you use “amendments” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • The amendments expand existing disclosure requirements to include quantitative and qualitative information about market risk inherent in market risk sensitive instruments and provide safe harbor protection to this information.

  • The basic freedoms protected in the first Ten Amendments, ratified in 1791, include freedom of speech and the press, freedom of religion, the right to bear arms, the right to privacy against state intrusion in one’s home and papers, and a plethora of rights designed to protect suspects of crime against the federal government’s power to investigate and prosecute.

  • When the president invokes fast track, Congress must vote yes or no within 60 days, and no amendments are allowed.

  • OMB reviewed the Amendments to Regulation X and accompanying Statements of Policy under Executive Order 12866 as a "significant regulatory action."

  • Further, amendments to the PRA in 1995 required that agencies indicate in strategic information resources management plans how they are applying information resources to improve the productivity, efficiency, and effectiveness of government programs, including improvements in the delivery of services to the public.


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