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Check the wording, very, very carefully. I was surprised when rereading my father's that I actually have authority to appoint someone in the event I can't act or need a co-proxy.

Whether or not your sister can be added depends on whether there's an authorization in the POA provisions.
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You don't.

Your mother can, though, as Jeanne explains, provided she has the mental capacity to do so.
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You can make out a new document for your mother to sign. (I'm assuming she wants your sister to have POA?)
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