To: President Donald Trump, The United States House of Representatives, and The United States Senate

Federal Budget Amendment to the Constitution of the United States

Congress must place on the desk of the President a Federal Budget for the next fiscal year no later than midnight of the 10th last working day of the current fiscal year. Failure to do so results in all members of Congress being prohibited from seeking re-election at the expiration of their current term.

Why is this important?

Proposed: The Constitution should be amended to require Congress to have the next year's Federal Budget on the President's desk for signing by midnight on the 10th working day prior to the end of the current fiscal year. Further, the amendment should stipulate that if Congress fails to deliver this budget on time as required, no member of Congress is allowed to stand for re-election at the expiration of his/her term. This would hold for both federal budgets of a Representative's term and all 6 budgets of a Senator's term.