Rather than urge taxpayers to amend their tax returns to get a refund, the division does the exact opposite.
It is a shame and an embarrassment that some in the GOP now want to amend it for starkly political reasons.
However, Denham has said he will still try to amend the bill on the floor of the House.
Should we amend our tax returns to recover the taxes we paid on phantom income and then take a theft loss deduction separately?
Anger about Citizens United has spurred a movement to amend the Constitution to reverse the opinion.
The self-accusing culprit fell upon his knees, melted to tears, confessed his errors, and promised thenceforward to amend.
A proof of each of the songs that I compose or amend I shall receive as a favour.
So now Gunnar goes to her again, and asked her, what wrought her woe, or if there were anything that might amend it.
But he saw the blunder, and hastened to amend the error as best he might.
They will do for us what we rarely permit the closest friend to do—they will teach us our faults and how to amend them.
early 13c., "to free from faults, rectify," from Old French amender (12c.), from Latin emendare "to correct, free from fault," from ex- "out" (see ex-) + menda "fault, blemish," from PIE *mend- "physical defect, fault" (cf. Sanskrit minda "physical blemish," Old Irish mennar "stain, blemish," Welsh mann "sign, mark").
Supplanted in senses of "repair, cure" by its shortened offspring mend (v.). Meaning "to add to legislation" (ostensibly to correct or improve it) is recorded from 1777. Related: Amended; amending.