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11808 Wolf Run Lane

Clifton, VA 20124


1050 Seventeenth Street, N.W.

Suite 600

Washington, D.C. 20036


3210 South Gilbert Road

Suite 4

Chandler, AZ  85286

Telephone: (202) 466-6937

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The Congressional Responsibility Act prohibits regulations promulgated from regulatory agencies from going into effect unless passed into law by Congress in the way in which the Constitution designates. Under Article I of the Constitution, the Congress of the United States, our elected representatives, are the ones given the exclusive power to make laws. In violation of the non-delegation doctrine, about 90% of all law created by the federal government is the product of unelected heads of bureaucratic agencies, not our elected representatives. From 1934 to the present, the Congress of the United States has delegated executive, legislative, and judicial governing power to these agencies. The founding fathers warned that this combination would give birth to tyranny, self-dealing, and corruption and would be the death of liberty. Because the unelected bureaucracy makes the laws, the nation has been transformed from a republic into a bureaucratic oligarchy. Congressman Ron Paul's Congressional Responsibility Act restores constitutional government by returning to Congress the responsibility to make laws, thereby making Congress once again accountable for the laws to those who elect them.

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