Proposed: A Bill of States' Rights sign now

A notice to the members of the Congress of the United States of America;

Whereas the founders of the United States of America did conceive of a sovereign nation composed of many sovereign states, and;

Whereas the federal government of the United States of America has accrued to itself many powers over the years that are outside of both the letter and the spirit of ennumerated powers granted it under the Constitution of the United States, and;

Whereas the sovereignty of the states and the public welfare has suffered from the monopolization by the federal government of powers it has neither the right nor the ability to implement against the wishes of each state government;

We, the citizens of the United States of America and the states respectively, desire that the Constitution of the United States be amended with a Bill of States' Rights, in order to rectify the current and degrading situation by making explicit those rights of the states which our founders considered implicit.

Such a bill to be composed of five amendments;

- That the federal government of the United States of America shall not redistribute public funds, collected in aggregate from the general populace, to the individual states respectively, for any project or in any circumstance save in case of war, natural disaster, or grave and immediate public danger.

- That the federal government shall not in any way infringe upon the rights of any state to arrange matters of public education in such a way as the legislature of that state shall see fit, in keeping with the Constitution of the United States.

- That the federal government shall not in any way infringe upon the rights of any state to arrange matters of environmental protection and conservation in such a way as the legislature of that state shall see fit, in keeping with the Constitution of the United States.

- - That the federal government shall not in any way infringe upon the rights of any state to arrange matters of public health and human services in such a way as the legislature of that state shall see fit, in keeping with the Constitution of the United States.

- That the federal government shall not in any way infringe upon the rights of any state to arrange matters related to the taxing, sale and control of any substance, good or service in such a way as the legislature of that state shall see fit, in keeping with the Constitution of the United States.

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