Constitutional Amendment XXIX

Contract for the People

Section 1:

All Federally elected office holders and those that are appointed by Congress or the President shall be from the day that this amendment in ratified be defined as a “Self Employed Contractor” representing the People in all matters for which they were elected or appointed. No action from any government agency will be allowed to declare any office holder or appointee as an employee of the Government. (1)

Section 2:

Congress shall make no law creating any exception to this amendment exempting themselves or their appointees from any laws enacted by Congress and signed into law by the President. The States shall make no exemptions to their Federally elected or appointed representatives. (2)

Section 3:

All Federally elected and Appointed officials are subject to all revenue laws of the States they represent and reside within while in office. (3) (4)

Section 4:

All Federally elected and Appointed officials shall receive a salary set by Congress. No other forms of compensation other than the salary may be given for their representation of the People of the United States of America. No pension shall be provided and all pensions that exist shall be discontinued and paid out. Congress shall make no law restricting or controlling other forms of income being received from prior activities to taking office. (3) (4)

Section 5:

All Federally elected and Appointed officials shall receive their salaries for a period of sixty days after leaving office. All Federally elected officials shall begin receiving their salaries thirty days prior to entering office. No further compensation will be given beyond these points. (3) (4)

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