Hall of Fame Staff
- Jan 1, 2005
This is not a federal bill there for it does not fall under the federal constitution.
This falls under NF organizing its government.
After further consideration I don't believe the proposed New Fanatica Constitution falls under the purvey of Section 5 "Voting" of our Constitution. The question than becomes, does it fall under Article VI: Special Bills?
A special bill is a bill that is not counted for endorsement purposes.
These include, but are not limited to: ratification of treaties, constitutional amendments, changes to national symbols, policy ratification, votes of no confidence, Impeachment of SC judges, and Declarations of War.
By the above statements, I believe the "New Fanatica Constitution" does indeed fall under Special Bills. The question than becomes, do Special Bills still fall under the same requirements, othat than those stated otherwise, that a federal bill does? As stated in Section 1 of Article VI, endorsements are not required, therefore I am of the belief that Special Bills must follow all statements in Section V that have not been expanded on, clarified, restated, or in any way been re-adressed in Section VI.
I bring this before the Supreme Court, for further discussion and clarification. My fellow Justices, what is your legal opinion on this issue?