CONGRESSIONAL REFORM ACT 2020 Articles 4-6

Independent Voters For Change – CONGRESSIONAL REFORM ACT 2020

“LEGISLATIVE REFORM”

Article 4
CONFLICTS OF INTEREST:

No BILL shall be drafted by public traded Corporations, Commercial Associations or other commercial groups or their representatives providing direct or indirect financial benefit to members of Congress for passage into LAW. Members of Congress are barred from ownership of stocks or other financial instruments providing probable conflicts of interest or impacting the quality of life for the majority of American Citizens. These exemptions shall include but not be limited to first, second and third tier financial associations within energy, agriculture, commodity, pharmaceutical, financial, chemical and military industrial complex industries. Charitable organizations type 501 (C – 3) are exempt from Article 4.

INTENT:

Congressional Reform Act 2020 Article 4 seeks to support statesman replacing millionaire special interests promoting politicians now governing our country. Members of our Congress should never be placed in a position of financial conflict clouding their judgment in deterring commitments of military, abating fair trade through corporate protectionism and welfare.

EXAMPLE  – THIRD TIER ASSOCIATION:

Member of Congress receives knowledge of part for military aircraft assembly increasing manufacturers stock values from $4.00 to $90.00 a share.

Article 5.
BILL TITLE AND PURPOSE:

No BILL shall be voted into LAW without its  TITLE and all its COMPONENTS representing its single and only purpose. Attachments of wording designed to provide financial benefit directly or indirectly to commercial enterprise, foreign Governments or to deceive the American public shall end.

INTENT:

Article 5 allows Congress to address a BILL’s intent in the betterment  of our country without requiring compromise through unrelated attachments designed to provide special interest profits (AKA PORK), or to deceive the American public.

EXAMPLE – PUBLIC DECEPTION:

“Federal Restricted Buildings and Grounds Improvement Act of 2011”
The law used to secretly abridge our First Amendment’s Freedom of Speech, Freedom of Assembly and right to Redress Government for grievance through peaceful protest.

No BILL shall be drafted by public traded Corporations, Commercial Associations or other commercial groups or their representatives receiving direct or indirect financial benefit for passage the BILL into LAW. Members of Congress are barred from ownership of stocks or other financial instruments representing probable conflicts of interest or impacting the quality of life for the majority of American Citizens. These exemptions shall include but not be limited to first, second and third tier financial associations within energy, agriculture, commodity, pharmaceutical, financial, chemical and war equipment related industries. Charitable organizations type 501 (C – 3) are exempt from Article 4.

INTENT:
Congressional Reform Act 2020 Article 3 seeks to support Honored Statesman replacing special interest politicians now governing our country. Members of Congress should not be placed in a position of financial conflict clouding their judgment in deterring commitments of military, abating fair trade through corporate or industry protectionism or welfare.

Example: knowledge of part for assembly in military aircraft increasing manufacturers stock values from $4.00 to $200.00.

Article 6.
BILL ACCESS PROCEDURE:

Each BILL in its entirety shall be made available to all Members of Congress. A condensed version (CV) of each BILL equaling at least twenty percent (20%) of it’s content including all major issues, cost and affect analysis and all copies of referenced Federal Register pages shall be provided to each member of congress no later than 60 days prior to presenting BILL for vote. A listing of objections from Members of Congress to the BILL’s intent shall be provided no later than 40 days prior to presenting the BILL for vote. The CV with all attachments shall be made available to the general public via internet no later than 30 days prior to presenting the BILL for vote.

INTENT:
Congressional Reform Act 2020 Article 6 provides a realistic time table needed for all Members of Congress to review the merits of a BILL in condensed version. Above Article 5 requires the content to represent BILL TITLE. Congress can now vote on the merits of a BILL in the interest of the American public without concern of unrelated additions favoring special interest financial gains or political interests.

Congressional Reform Act 2020

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