My Proposed Legislation Expiration Amendment

Any legislation signed into law automatically expires on the 20th anniversary of the signing. To extend this, the law may be approved, unaltered, by a new combined approval of both houses of congress and the signature of the president on a date at least ten years after the original approving signature. With this extension the law will expire on the 20th anniversary of the new signing.

Dependent Legislation

Any legislation that is a modification of or references other original legislation, expires with the original legislation.

Current Body of Law

Four years after the ratification of this amendment, the current body of law will be subject to this amendment. Any law on the books at the time of the ratification of this amendment will expire on its twentieth, fortieth, sixtieth, etc. anniversary of its being signed into law.

Comments and suggestions are welcome.

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