The legislation stems from an open letter about the physics department's marginalization of Black students.
The GSG also passed a resolution calling for better allocation of graduate student fees.
They're calling on local, state and national officials to help.
Members voted to add a Local and Civic Engagement Committee, among other changes.
The legislation would have allowed graduate student workers to unionize legally.
Under the revised constitution, the body would have two vice presidents instead of its current eight.
Students who are on F-1 visas can't work more than 20 hours per week when school is in session.
Each card will hold enough money for 10 swipes.
The resolution was authored by a mother of three.
Fewer than 20 graduate students applied to run for a position.