Amend [verb]

Definition of Amend:

improve, correct

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Sentence/Example of Amend:

Since then, Voice of San Diego has discovered that Barrios did not disclose income he earned before starting his City Hall job, forcing him to amend an economic interest disclosure, and did not disclose his overlapping public- and private-sector pay.

The amended bill would ease the penalties for officers convicted of misconduct in a state where police discipline is secret.

The next month, the minimal requirements for manufacturing the polio vaccine were amended and continued to be updated as the science advanced.

The bill would amend Section 230 to give larger platforms just 24 hours to remove content determined by a court to be unlawful.

The company in its amended filing noted that it has finally determined that Alexander Moore, Spencer Rascoff and Alexandra Schiff, who were recently hired as new independent directors of the company, are in fact independent.

Earlier this week, Andrew Keatts and Jesse Marx report, Barrios quietly amended one of his statements of economic interest with San Diego to reflect the three days when he received overlapping salaries.

The campaign did, however, file Barrios’ amended disclosure from when he was leaving his position in Gómez’s office.

In 2017, the law was amended to specify that it allowed the temporary suspension of telecom services.

After VOSD’s Andrew Keatts and Jesse Marx contacted him about the disclosures, campaign spokesman Tony Manolatos said Barrios would be voluntarily amending his financial forms.

The clauses must not be amended from the EC wording, though the parties can include additional business-related clauses.