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Press Release April 30, 2013


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ARTICLE 28 (or alternate number to be assigned by Congress)

Section 1.  It is the right of citizens to enjoy their pursuit of happiness in an economy that is governed by free market principles in which the distribution and cost of goods and services are coordinated by supply and demand unhindered by burdensome external regulations or otherwise controlled by the State or monopolies.   This right is foundational to a free people and must not be violated by the State. 

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Section 2.  To secure the rights of citizens it is prohibited for the State, or any agency of the State, to inhibit or prohibit the exercise of free market principles.   The establishment and growth of public and private businesses must not be restricted based on political motivation or unreasonable regulations that inhibit the furtherance of economic growth.   


Section 3.  It is further prohibited for the State to impose on businesses or industries restrictive laws or regulations that interfere with the establishment, development and operations of any public or private business without first showing that there is a clear and present danger to public health or safety and without securing a Court order from the appropriate jurisdiction.  Notwithstanding, all parties shall have available to them recourse through appellate review.


Section 4. The Article, once ratified by three quarters of the State Legislatures, supersedes in precedence and law all existing laws and regulations, including Court decisions.  It shall become part of the United States Constitution 90 days from the date of its ratification.


Section 5. To secure the rights of citizens the provisions of this Article shall govern free market policies for the United States.  Any elected government official who intentionally obstructs the enforcement of the provisions of this Article will have committed an impeachable offense and will be subject to criminal prosecution and upon conviction serve up to five years in prison for each violation. Non-elected members of the United States Government, and private organizations, and individuals who intentionally obstruct the enforcement of this Article will have committed a criminal offense and upon conviction serve up to five years in prison for each violation. The United States Department of Justice shall be charged with the responsibility for prosecuting violators of the provisions of this Article. Individual States shall have authority to prosecute violators under State laws in the absence of Department of Justice prosecution.


Section 6. The provisions of this Article are enforceable within the United States which shall include the Several States, the District of Columbia, and the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands and the territories and possessions of the United States.


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