The is the second posting expanding on the Bill of Responsibilities proposed in a posting on April 4, 2012.
The third proposed amendment in the Bill of Responsibilities deals with the obscure nature of much of Congressional legislation.
The fourth amendment in the proposed Bill of Responsibilities deals with giving everyone, including the members of Congress, enough time to read and comment on proposed legislation.
The fifth amendment to the proposed Bill of Responsibilities deals with predilection of Congress to pass legislation that is not apply uniformly to all citizens and specifically to Congress’ exemption of themselves from legislation.
The sixth amendment of the Bill of Responsibilities deals with how long legislation remains in effect.