27th Amendment Definition

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The 27th amendment is defined as a part of the US Constitution that limits the ability to change the salary of members of Congress until after an election of members of the House of Representatives.
An example of the 27th Amendment is the most recent amendment to be ratified and to become part of the Constitution, becoming the longest-running amendment effort in the U.S., after having been proposed in 1789.
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