Division of Powers

Division of Powers

PAMPHLET

ARTICLE. IV.

The DIVISION of POWERS

PART. I. GOVERNANCE

Section. 1. All governance will be assumed by either the Federal or State governments; no city and county governments will exist; unless impracticable, all laws will be uniform throughout the nation:

Replaces costly redundant departments with one accountable department per problem. Uniform laws, and fewer laws, are easier to follow and obey.

Section. 4. Any government department or Citizen may demand the enforcement of any provision not being enforced by the responsible department.

PART. II. FEDERAL RESPONSIBILITIES

Section. 1. Foreign affairs and intelligence, and the Armed Forces;

Section. 2. All information, science, visual, audio, dance and other arts, standards, cable, phone and internet communications and security, air traffic control, banking, taxation, commerce, finance, trading, insurance and consumer services, vital statistics and records, identification, titling, licensing and testing; forms and applications will be uniform, simple and streamlined; each citizen will have access to all of that Citizen’s financial, medical, legal, licensing, educational, tax, passport and other information, forms, applications, voting and so on in an account accessible only to The Citizen or by court order;

Section. 3. Social Security, veterans benefits, unemployment, financial planning, labor, training and child and adult human services;

Section. 4. Free basic health care for all Citizens; food and drug safety; and protection of an organic, naturally replenishable, sustainable environment for our food, agriculture, fisheries, parks and fresh water supply;

Section. 5. … training and pre-school through high school education including health clinics and food;

Section. 6. A single national law enforcement agencies for hard crimes only.

PART. III. STATE RESPONSIBILITIES

Section. 1. Construction and maintenance of all government buildings, schools and welfare housing; building safety, codes, rights and prohibitions:

Section. 2. Construction and maintenance of a renewable electric vehicle transportation system including public transportation, ports, sewage and waste, etc;

Section. 3. Construction and maintenance of a renewable energy grid with energy produced as closely as possible to the to the energy need;

Section. 4. A State Guard including emergency relief, paramedics and fire, traffic and crowd control, the protection of demonstrators, non-demonstrators and property during protests, marches, parades and the like;

Section. 5. An unarmed soft crimes department for misdemeanors with a Social Worker and Citizen volunteer.

SPEAK POWER to POWER

Nonprofits, protests, parties, candidates, Presidents with 2 house majorities, none have solved our persistent problems. Instead, polarized sides concern themselves and us in the petty details of their competing investigations. Valentine puts the solutions we need into written legislation we can demand by reserving our votes for candidates who support ratification.

Women and LGBTs want equal rights and pay. Parents want schools that develop children’s gifts into profitable skills. Un(der)employed adults want similar free after school classes. Workers prefer a $20 minimum wage to welfare. Blacks want a fair policing and court system. Fiscal conservatives want accountable, deficit free government and a single 5% tax. Environmentalists, fishermen, etc want sustainable energy, farming, fishing and forestry practices. Celebrities want an end to the paparazzi; and gun owners would agree to background checks. Our current Constitution fails on these issues. This constitution includes them all, and our foundations and rights.

With inclusive legislation to team up behind, this coalition of left and right voters is powerful enough to dictate the outcome of any election. Add sports, music and movie celebrities, and nonprofits dedicated to these provisions, and this constitution will be easily ratified. Polling will force candidates to vote FOR RATIFICATION or not be (re)elected. Recommend ratification, in person, on social media, post a selfie or selfeo saying “Ratify The Valentine Constitution”, join one of our Facebook groups …

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