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Amendment – Supreme Court split decision review

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As John Roberts, Chief Judge just opined in his decent, the vote of 5 judges can currently overrule established¬†law, and the will of 100’s of million citizens of the United States. To prevent a narrow decision of the Supreme Court of the United States from overturning established law, and the will of “We the People” let our constitution be amended as follows:

We the people expect that the application of law and the Constitution shall be clear, therefore to protect ourselves for decisions of the Courts that do not receive 2/3 of the votes of the Justices, resolve:

All decisions of the Supreme Court of the United States, or any Federal Court proposing nationwide application, for which the Supreme Court of the United States does not take up review, having failed to gain 2/3 of the votes of the Judges, shall be suspended and await immediate review by the US Senate.

The US Senate representing the interest of the Citizens and the States shall make the review of these decisions the first matter of business on the next day the Senate is in session following the decision. Without debate, the Senate shall take a roll call vote to either affirm the decision, or suspend the decision for further review by the Court. No decision of the Court with less than 2/3 of the votes of the Judges shall have any nationwide effect without the consent of a majority of the Senators voting to affirm the decision of the small majority of Judges.

Enactment Notes: After enactment, this measure shall immediately be in effect for all future decisions. The United States Senate may hold votes to affirm all small majority decisions made on or after July 1, 2015.




Written by Justin Jelincic

July 2, 2015 at 8:22 am

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