There are three methods for amending the Maryland state constitution: (1) by amendment proposed by the General Assembly and ratified by the People pursuant to Art. XIV, §1; (2) by a constitutional convention called by the voters pursuant to Art. XIV, §2; or (3) extra-constitutionally, by the People in the exercise of their residual sovereignty.1 The General Assembly may propose Amendments to this Constitution; provided that each Amendment shall be embraced in a separate bill, embodying the Article or Section, as the same will stand when amended and passed by...
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