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Listed below is a summary of the proposed constitutional amendments

with current polling results.

 

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Amendment 28

 

Proposal

Current Polling Results

[28]

Line-Item Veto  The President shall have a line-item veto but only on appropriation bills.

For
90%
Against
10%
Total Votes: 4135
Importance
Medium

Amendment 29

 

Proposal

Current Polling Results

[29.1]

Committee Term Limits      Membership on committees of the House and Senate is limited to four terms in the House and two terms in the Senate.

For
97%
Against
3%
Total Votes: 4066
Importance
High

[29.2]

Equity Required  Congress shall equitably treat government employees and retired congressmen and senators if they lose their health and other pension benefits by amendment to the Constitution.

For
88%
Against
12%
Total Votes: 3816
Importance
Medium

[29.3]

Congressional Compensation  Congressional compensation is to be determined by a committee separate from Congress.

For
98%
Against
2%
Total Votes: 4064
Importance
High

[29.4]

Public Voting  Earmarks shall be abolished by requiring that Congress shall not pass any law without a vote, and all votes are to be public, recorded, and published.

For
99%
Against
1%
Total Votes: 4084
Importance
High

[29.5]

No Pigeonholing  One-third of the members of each House shall have the right to have a vote by their House on any Bill whether in committee or not.

For
96%
Against
4%
Total Votes: 3923
Importance
High

[29.6]

Timely Budgets  Annual budgets will be approved in a timely manner and, if not, all of the then-elected members of Congress shall not be qualified to hold elective office after the expiration of their terms.

For
98%
Against
2%
Total Votes: 4034
Importance
High

[29.7]

Emergency Bills  No non-emergency Bill or amendment shall be tacked onto an emergency Bill.

For
98%
Against
2%
Total Votes: 4059
Importance
High

Amendment 30

 

Proposal

Current Polling Results

[30.1]

Super Majority  A 60 percent vote in both Houses is necessary to raise or spend money.

For
97%
Against
3%
Total Votes: 3739
Importance
High

[30.2]

No Retroactivity    Congress shall have no power to pass any retroactive Bill unless approved by a two-thirds vote of both Houses except Congress shall never impose taxes retroactively.

For
99%
Against
1%
Total Votes: 3693
Importance
High

[30.3]

Tax Changes Prospective  There shall be no increase in the income tax before January 1 of the year following adoption of the increase without a two-thirds vote of both Houses, and there shall be no income tax for a stated term.

For
98%
Against
2%
Total Votes: 3654
Importance
High

[30.4]

Limit Mandates  No future mandate shall be imposed upon the States or subdivisions thereof without their consent.

For
98%
Against
2%
Total Votes: 3696
Importance
High

[30.5]

Campaign Freedom  There shall be no restrictions on the amount of political contributions or expenditures made in connection with federal elections or issues as long as they are promptly disclosed.

For
70%
Against
30%
Total Votes: 3620
Importance
Medium

[30.6]

Preamble for All Laws  Every law shall contain a declaration of purpose, a statement of the constitutional power relied on, and other statements helpful to citizens.

For
99%
Against
1%
Total Votes: 3685
Importance
High

[30.7]

No State Bailouts  Congress shall pass no law to purchase (i.e. bail out States) State debts unless the purchase is ratable based on population for all States or unless approved by a two-thirds vote of both Houses.

For
98%
Against
2%
Total Votes: 3712
Importance
High

[30.8]

No Exemptions for Congress  Congress shall not exempt itself from any law.

For
99%
Against
1%
Total Votes: 3842
Importance
High

[30.9]

Spending Limit  Congress shall not appropriate monies greater than 20 percent of GDP without a two-thirds vote of both Houses.

For
99%
Against
1%
Total Votes: 3730
Importance
High

[30.10]

No Special Benefits  Congress shall have no retirement, health, or other pension benefit law for itself or federal employees, except the military, unless the law applies to everyone.

For
99%
Against
1%
Total Votes: 3839
Importance
High

[30.11]

No Presidential Spending Authority  Congress shall not delegate spending authority to the President.

For
97%
Against
3%
Total Votes: 3797
Importance
High

Amendment 31

 

Proposal

Current Polling Results

[31]

Timely Appointments  The President and Senate shall act in a timely manner on the President’s appointment of judges, ambassadors, and other public ministers or they shall not be paid.

For
98%
Against
2%
Total Votes: 3325
Importance
High

Amendment 32

 

Proposal

Current Polling Results

[32.1]

Prioritize Agencies  The President shall prioritize all federal agencies with a number to resolve conflicts between agencies and preserve the rule of law.

For
94%
Against
6%
Total Votes: 3163
Importance
Medium

[32.2]

Limit Agency Authority  Congress’s delegation of legislative authority to federal agencies shall be strictly construed.

For
98%
Against
2%
Total Votes: 3161
Importance
High

[32.3]

No Retroactive Regulations  Proposed agency regulations shall have no effect until finally approved.

For
98%
Against
2%
Total Votes: 3241
Importance
High

[32.4]

No Multiple Applications  Applications for federal permits shall be made to one agency only and ruled upon promptly.

For
98%
Against
2%
Total Votes: 3221
Importance
High

[32.5]

President Answers Questions  Upon request of the House of Representatives, the President shall appear before it while in session to answer questions but not more often than weekly and for not more than forty minutes for each appearance.

For
95%
Against
5%
Total Votes: 3269
Importance
High

Amendment 33

 

Proposal

Current Polling Results

[33.1]

Constitutional Amendments by States  A majority of State legislatures shall have the right to submit amendments to the Constitution to the States for ratification by three-fourths of the States.

For
96%
Against
4%
Total Votes: 3073
Importance
High

[33.2]

Save the Bill of Rights  Amendments to the Bill of Rights or to the Thirteenth, Fourteenth, and Fifteenth Amendments shall not be authorized without unanimous approval of all the States.

For
97%
Against
3%
Total Votes: 3120
Importance
High

Amendment 34

 

Proposal

Current Polling Results

[34.1]

Voting Tax  As a condition to the right to vote in a federal election, every citizen shall annually pay an equal tax sufficient to raise revenues necessary to operate Congress, provided the tax shall be $10 per year until changed and never more than the cost of one-fourth of one troy ounce o ... Read More

For
75%
Against
25%
Total Votes: 3014
Importance
Medium

[34.2]

Limited Number of Regulations  Federal regulations cannot exceed four times the size of federal statutes.

For
95%
Against
5%
Total Votes: 2888
Importance
Medium

[34.3]

Limited Life of Regulations  Federal regulations shall automatically be void ten years after their adoption unless earlier approved by Congress for a stated term.

For
95%
Against
5%
Total Votes: 2950
Importance
High

[34.4]

Limit Number of Congressional Staff  Congressional staff shall be limited to twenty-five thousand persons unless increased by a majority vote of the State legislatures upon the request of Congress.

For
97%
Against
3%
Total Votes: 2999
Importance
High

[34.5]

UFO Full Disclosure  No government person shall suppress information regarding UFOs.

For
88%
Against
12%
Total Votes: 2878
Importance
Medium

Amendment 35

 

Proposal

Current Polling Results

[35.1]

Reinvigorate the Tenth Amendment  The States or the People shall have all powers not delegated to Congress by the Constitution whether existing before or arising because of the Constitution.

For
98%
Against
2%
Total Votes: 2913
Importance
High

[35.2]

Term Limits  State legislatures shall have the power to limit the terms of members of Congress in their States.

For
94%
Against
6%
Total Votes: 3024
Importance
High

[35.3]

State Repeal of Federal Laws and Removal of Federal Judges  Two-thirds of the state legislatures have the power to repeal a federal law and remove federal judges and Justices.

For
95%
Against
5%
Total Votes: 3053
Importance
High

[35.4]

Board of Governors  There shall exist a Board of Governors (State governors) to assist States in the exercise of their powers under the Constitution.

For
92%
Against
8%
Total Votes: 2889
Importance
Medium

[35.5]

Legislatures Defined  Approval by each State legislature means majority approval by all members of each House in the State’s legislative branch.

For
97%
Against
3%
Total Votes: 2856
Importance
Medium

Amendment 36

 

Proposal

Current Polling Results

[36.1]

Jury Decides Unreasonableness of Government Action  Whether any law is unconstitutional as applied (i.e., arbitrary and unreasonable under the circumstances) is a question of fact for a jury.

For
90%
Against
10%
Total Votes: 2917
Importance
Medium

[36.2]

More Citizen Standing  Every citizen shall have standing in court to seek the meaning of the Constitution or to challenge the constitutionality or validity of any federal law or regulation or to seek a declaration of the meaning thereof.

For
94%
Against
6%
Total Votes: 2937
Importance
Medium

[36.3]

Mens Rea Required  No person shall be guilty of a federal crime unless the person’s mens rea has been proved beyond a reasonable doubt.

For
95%
Against
5%
Total Votes: 2808
Importance
Medium

[36.4]

No Severance Clause  If any part of a Bill that becomes Law is determined to be unconstitutional, then the whole Law shall be unconstitutional.

For
96%
Against
4%
Total Votes: 3067
Importance
High

[36.5]

State Legislatures Elect U.S. Senators  The Seventeenth Amendment to the Constitution requiring the direct election of Senators shall be repealed.

For
77%
Against
23%
Total Votes: 2889
Importance
Medium

[36.6]

Limit Congressional Power  The “general Welfare” clause as used in the preamble of the Constitution does not grant Congress any power and as used in Article I § 8 grants power exercisable only by at least a two thirds-vote of both Houses.

For
97%
Against
3%
Total Votes: 3011
Importance
High

[36.7]

Limit Executive Privilege  Doubts as to whether the President can lawfully assert executive privilege on any matter to avoid releasing information to Congress shall be resolved against the President.

For
96%
Against
4%
Total Votes: 3103
Importance
High