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Help me uncover the daily activities of the United States Congress. I've been tracking Congress for 10 years.
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The presidential candidates have proposed changing the U.S. Constitution

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Backers, how will the country change under the next president?

Four of the leading presidential candidates introduced proposals to change the U.S. Constitution while serving in the Senate. The proposals include "defining marriage," ending Obamacare, parental rights, balancing the budget, overturning Citizens United, and equal rights for women. Read the full story on what the candidates proposed >

Constitutional amendment proposals sponsored, cosponsored, supported in public statements, or voted against by the top four presidential candidates.
Constitutional amendment proposals sponsored, cosponsored, supported in public statements, or voted against by the top four presidential candidates.

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