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Equal Footing Act

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* * * Equal Footing Act 20120612-02 * * *

Republic for the United States of America

Equal Footing Act of 2012

The People of the Republic for the United States of America in Congress Assembled present this Act:

Section 1: Purpose and Title

The purpose of this legislation is to acknowledge, accept and continue re-inhabitation of all fifty state district courts, equal footing, and state-adopted provisional constitutions in all fifty states in Union in the re-inhabited Republic for the United States of America, in accordance with the enabling act of 1802 and
Article IV of the United States Constitution. This Act may be cited as the “Equal Footing Act of 2012.”

Section 2: Findings and Conclusions

Whereas, the de jure republic government for the United States of America (Republic) was unlawfully usurped by a foreign controlled corporation chartered in 1871; and,

Whereas, certain states were admitted to the Union under this unlawful corporate de facto government, clouding equal standing status with previous states that joined under the originally governed Republic; and,

Whereas, all fifty states were acknowledged, accepted and continued in the Declaration of Sovereign Intent, November 2010 and,

Whereas, each state constitution is subject to corrections in compliance with Joint Resolution 20110705-01 passed by Republic Congress August 30, 2011; and,

Whereas, the functioning of the district court is defined as law in the Judiciary Act of 1789, amended circa 1837, and enabling acts of 1802 through 1871; and,
Whereas, the de jure government for the Republic, usurped in 1871, has been lawfully re-inhabited as of 2010; therefore,

Section 3: Equal Footing

Be it enacted, That, by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, all fifty de jure states, including Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin, and Wyoming, have equal footing conferred by law in the Republic for the United States of America and have equal footing with each other without respect to each state’s current development in its re-inhabitation process as a continuation of these States in Union as acknowledged, accepted and continued in the Declaration of Sovereign Intent, circa 2010.

* * * Equal Footing Act 20120612-02 – Republic Congress * * * 20120612-02 v4.0

Republic for the United States of America

Equal Footing Act of 2012

Be it further enacted, That each provisional state constitution, in compliance with Joint Resolution 20110705-01 passed by Republic Congress August 30, 2011, shall be conditionally accepted and on record with Republic Congress, subject to review and correction for consistency with the Constitution of the United States pursuant to Article 6, Clause 2.

Be it further enacted, That pursuant to Article IV of the Constitution, ratified with the Bill of Rights, 1791, “Full Faith and Credit,” and the Judiciary Act of 1789, amended circa 1837, each state named herein shall constitute one judicial district, to be called, District Court of State-name; herein established or re-inhabited as part of the Republic for the United States of America, and that these fifty said district courts and the judges thereof shall have like powers and exercise like jurisdiction as conferred by law on the original de jure district courts during and between the years 1789 through 1871.

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