Our LEGISLATIVE BRANCH
The PROCEEDINGS of Our LEGISLATURES
PART. I. ASSEMBLY
Each House shall:
Section. 3. Prohibit any member from having more power than any other member:
Blocks power struggles and political gamesmanship.
Section. 4. Prohibit committees, seniority, caucuses, filibusters, and the like:
Facilitates lawmaking and impedes corrupt deal making.
Section. 7.Submit their rules for approval by a majority consent of the Voters every 12 years;
PART. II. BILLS
Section. 1. Either House may introduce or originate any legislation;
Section. 2. The rules for each and every bill shall be the same; and the Houses must pass identical versions;
Section. 3. Consideration, debate or voting on any bill shall be on a first come first served basis; but a majority vote in favor of a bill in one House shall cause the bill to then be considered, debated and voted on prior to any other bill in the other House except those earlier passed; and a two-thirds majority in either house in favor of early consideration shall allow a bill to be considered before all others in both houses; bills may be resubmitted with minor