A Joint Resolution to Establish the Judiciary Review Committee
BE IT ENACTED BY THE STATE OF FIRESTONE CONGRESS HERE ASSEMBLED THAT:
Section 1: Section 1: This resolution will establish a Judiciary Review Committee that shall involve the Lieutenant Governor, the Speaker of the House, and the Judicial Branch.
Section 2: The Judiciary Review Committee shall have a minimum of (2) two justices and a maximum of (5) five justices part of the judicial branch. It will be the Chief Court Justice who shall select the justices part of the judicial branch to be part of the Judiciary Review Committee. The Chief Court Justice may also dismiss justices from the Judiciary Review Committee. The Chief Court Justice shall be one of the members among the Judiciary Review Committee.
Section 2A: The Lieutenant Governor and the Speaker of the House shall be the Chairman/Chairwoman of the Judiciary Review Committee. Both the Lieutenant Governor and Speaker of the House shall oversee all the proposals (bills, amendments, resolutions) made within their respective chamber. All proposals made within the House of Representatives and Senate will be gathered by the Lieutenant Governor and Speaker of the House of their respective chamber and shall be sent to the Judiciary Review Committee. Expulsions, and impeachments will not need to go through the Judiciary Review Committee. Resolutions that focus on vacating will also not need to go through the Judiciary Review Committee.
Section 2B: The task of the justices on the committee will be to determine if each proposal (bill, amendment, resolution) within either chamber of the legislative branch is constitutional and does not go against any laws. The Judiciary Review Committee shall mainly focus on debating each proposal to determine if it is constitutional. The Judiciary Review Committee shall refrain from showing opposition or favor of the proposal being debated on.
Section 2C: The justices on the Judiciary Review Committee shall conduct votes on each proposal to declare that the piece being introduced is constitutional or unconstitutional. A (1/2) simple-majority will be needed for each vote. The voting format will go as the following: (Aye) Constitutional - (Nay) Unconstitutional. Aye (Constitutional) votes on a proposal shall be defined as agreeing that the proposal being introduced is constitutional and should move out of committee and into the author’s respective chamber. Nay (Unconstitutional) votes on a proposal shall be defined as agreeing that the proposal being introduced goes against the constitution and should be sent back to the author for amends.
Section 2D: The proposal shall be sent to the author’s respective chamber to be presented should it be declared constitutional (successfully gets passed the Judiciary Review Committee). The proposal shall not prevail and will be sent back to the author of the proposal should the proposal be declared unconstitutional (fails to get passed the Judiciary Review Committee).
Section 3: This resolution shall be enforced by the Lieutenant Governor, Speaker of the House, and the Chief Court Justice.
Section 4: This resolution shall go into effect immediately upon passing both chambers of Congress.
Respectfully submitted to the State of Firestone Congress,
Lieutenant Governor. PwnzorSausage