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to ratify amendments

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it has no formal role in the process (apex)

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It proposes and passes amendments
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Teresa is the goatΒ 
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It was right for me :( grrrr
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Teresa I hate da hell out of u for getting me wrong
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they ratify

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They ratify amendmen

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it proposes and passes amendments

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they ratify the constitution,

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What is formal role of the judicial branch in amending the constitution (apex)?

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