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Subject: Vote NO on HJR-8
Date: Sun Feb 28 17:01:52 MST 2016
I want you to know that I am against HJR-8; the effort to amend the U.S. Constitution. While I'm not happy with the direction the country has gone in the past few decades, I believe the answer is in the Congress limiting legislation to what is specifically given to them in Article 1, Section 8. They would also be wise to use Article 3 power to limit the jurisdiction of the Supreme Court and to take power away from the President by refusing to fund his unconstitutional programs and executive decisions.
I believe we have a problem in not following the confined parameters in the Constitution, not in the document itself.
Please vote NO on HJR-8!
Thank you for your service and consideration in this,
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