A JOINT RESOLUTION
to Disassemble the Judiciary Review Committee
The Judiciary Review Committee (JRC) has served as a crucial and needed committee within the legislature for some time. However, this committee beckons undesired attention to the doctrine of separation of powers and checks and balances in this state. Furthermore, this committee has directly caused the Supreme Court’s constitutional authority of judicial review to be redundant.
BE IT ENACTED BY THE STATE OF FIRESTONE LEGISLATURE HEREBY ASSEMBLED THAT:
(a) The Judiciary Review Committee, as established by A Joint Resolution to Establish the Judiciary Review Committee, is henceforth disassembled by this legislature–the aforementioned resolution and amendments made to it [the resolution] are duly declared null and void.
(a) Furthermore, upon the passage of by houses, this resolution shall be a standing rule of this legislature that: “No committee, established by an independent house’s resolution or joint resolution, shall have the sole duty and responsibility of determining the constitutionality of any document proposed by the legislature nor composed of persons that are foreign to the legislative branch in majority.”
(a) This Joint Resolution is subject to the enforcement by the Senate and House of Representatives immediately upon its passage.