A few weeks ago, Reid called a vote on a constitutional amendment that would allow Congress to regulate money in politics.
There, the state senate passed a personhood bill similar to the constitutional amendment voters rejected in Mississippi last year.
If you have, then you probably also know that some worry that such a move would precipitate a constitutional crisis.
In 2007, Abulkhair co-authored a petition calling on the Saudi royal family to accept a constitutional monarchy.
Since the Affordable Care Act “regulates” economic activity, it must be constitutional.
But Burke, apart from his fears, had a constitutional love for old things, simply because they were old.
It is the constitutional method of ascertaining the public will.
If Parliament could work miracles of this sort, it would make one really in love with constitutional government.
We take as our basis, then, the constitutional division of ten tribes.
The Reichstag raised difficulties on the constitutional State contributions.
1680s, "pertaining to a person's (physical or mental) constitution," from constitution + -al (1). Meaning "beneficial to bodily constitution" is from 1750. Meaning "authorized or allowed by the political constitution" is from 1765. Constitutional monarchy is recorded from 1801, from French. Related: Constitutionally.
"a constitutional walk," 1829, probably originally among university students, from constitutional (adj.) in the "beneficial to bodily health" sense.
constitutional con·sti·tu·tion·al (kŏn'stĭ-tōō'shə-nəl, -tyōō'-)
Of or relating to one's physical makeup.
Of or proceeding from the basic structure or nature of a person or thing; inherent.