Constitutional Amendment Terms Limits
- No person shall be elected to the office of Representative in the House of Representatives more than nine (9) times and No person shall be elected Senator in the Senate more than three (3) times.
- No Person shall be a Judge or Justice, of courts defined in Article III who shall not have attained to the age of thirty years, and been nine years a citizen of the United States their term in office shall start on day they take their Oath or Affirmation of office and they shall retire from office at noon on the 30th day of June of the year they will obtain the age of seventy years. Any Judge or Justice who is already over the mandatory retirement age when this article takes effect shall retire on their next birthday.
- The supreme court shall consist of the chief justice and eight associate justices. Any court ruling that finds that any part of a state Constitution to violate this Constitution, any United States laws, or any United States rules, shall automatically be appealed to the supreme court; the lower court ruling shall be reversed, unless at least two-thirds of members of the supreme court vote to uphold that ruling within six months of the date of that ruling.
- This article shall not apply to any person holding the office of Representative, Senator, associate justice of supreme court, or chief justice, when this article was proposed by Congress, and shall not prevent any person who may be holding the office of Representative or Senator, during the term within which this article becomes operative from holding the such office during the remainder of such term.
- Members of Congress, members of state legislatures, state officials, and affected citizens may file suit to enforce this article. Congress may enforce this article by appropriate legislation. This article will take effect on first day of June, following ratification.