We, the petitioners request that the Congress stand up for the Congressional Apportionment Amendment and ask that the Department of Commerce present the ratified Congressional Apportionment Amendment to Congress and take its place as the 28th amendment to the Constitution. Once that happens, we request the proper number of Representatives be seated in the House of Representatives per this amendment. One Representative for every 50,000 people per District in the United States of America. Stand for One, Stand for All.
Why is this important?
Americans are under represented in the House of Representatives. The ratified Congressional Apportionment Amendment from the Bill of Rights clearly states we are to have one representative for every 50,000 people giving us a House that is locally represented, not regionally represented. A Representative that represents 50,000 people would be able to listen to the people and not have to listen to big money to win an election. This amendment was short just one states vote. Connecticut, we are told in history, never voted for the 12 amendments of the Bill of Rights. Their archivist, with the help of Constitutional Scholar Eugene Martin LaVergne of NJ can certify that Connecticut did in fact, vote for all 12 amendments in 1790 and by doing so, gives us the one state we are short. We have a ratified amendment waiting to be presented to Congress and our 28th amendment to the Constitution.