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I am writing a paper about a new amendment proposal to the Bill of Rights proclaiming that people should be able to marry who they want (same sex or not). I need an opening statement that declares the amendment in congressional form and is a paragraph long. I am not familiar with doing this so can anyone help, ideas, anything. Thanks.

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  1. Ok I could have just typed that myself into he search bar. Thanks for your help regardless of how redundant it was. I understand this is a free service but please at least try to attempt to help. Copy/paste is not really helping. Thanks.

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