United States ConstitutionJanuary 23, 2016PreambleThis Constitution is established to protect the rights of the citizens of the United States for the current and future generations.Article I – LegislativeSection 1oCongress has Senate and House of Representatives and have all powers.Section 2oThe House of Representatives is comprised of qualified people voted from each state two years.oMust be at least 25 years old, a citizen of the U.S. for at least 7 years, and must live in the state they represent.oThe number of Representatives per state is based on population, size, etc.At most, 1 for every 30000 citizens.Each state must have at least one Representative.oEach empty position must be filled in via voting. (Writs of Election)oThe House of Representatives must choose their positions and may impeach at any moment.Section 3oThe Senate must have two Representatives per state chosen by the Legislature andreplaced every six years.oA third is replaced every two years.oMust be at least 30 years old, a citizen for at least 9 years, and must live in the state they represent.oVice President of the U.S. is the President of the Senate, but has no vote unless it pertains to being even.oThe Senate chooses offices including a President replacement.oFor impeachments, two thirds of the members must be present, and if pertains to the President, the Chief Justice will become involved.Section 4oThe voting events per state will be decided by the Legislature and may result in change.oCongress must assemble on the first Monday in December unless any official change must be made.Section 5oBoth Houses are in charge of the judge of elections, members and agendas, but may also be done in smaller groups.
oEach House may create their own rules and remove members with the vote of at least two-thirds of the House.oEach House must have a journal of the discussions and must publish them unless they require secrecy.oNo House may be adjourned for more than three days unless given the permissionof the other House and in the original place of the Houses.Section 6oThe Senators and Representatives are all paid, may be excused from legal penalization (unless treason) and shall not be questioned.oNo Senator or Representative can be a member of the other House or a worker in office during their serVice.Section 7oAll bills should come from the House of Representatives but may be amended by the Senate.oIf a bill is passed by both Houses, then it goes to the President for approval. If he approves it, it becomes a law. If it comes back, then it must go through amendments then through both Houses before becoming a law. If the President does not return the bill in ten days, it shall become a law. (System: Yea/Nay)oEverything must be presented to the President before approval after approval of both Houses.