Lawsuit challenges two amendments on Tuesday's ballot


{} {} A Montgomery woman has filed suit challenging two constitutional amendments that are on Tuesday's statewide ballot.{} {} Sandra Bell asked a judge Monday to block officials from certifying the vote on Amendments 9 and 10. {}Bell says the proposals violate the state Constitution. {}She is representing the Alabama Association for Judeo-Christian Values.{} {} Amendment 9 would update a constitutional article on corporations. Amendment 10 could modernize language on banks, including removing mention of the gold standard.{} {} The lawsuit asks a court to declare the vote unconstitutional. It also asks a judge prevent the secretary of state's office from certifying the results of the vote on the two amendments.{} {} The state attorney general office didn't immediately respond to the lawsuit, which was filed Monday in Montgomery.{} {}{}