Bribery or solicitation of any member of Congress or of any employee of any Federal Regulatory Agency shall be a crime punishable by not less than twenty years in federal penitentiary. Acceptance of such bribery shall be a crime punishable by not less than thirty years in federal penitentiary. Bribery or solicitation shall be defined as, but not limited to, providing or offering to the congressman or regulator or to any of his acquaintances or members of his family quid pro quo payment of money, goods, campaign contributions, gifts in excess of ten U.S. dollars, paid vacations, paid medical care, or the like.
Senators shall serve only one term of no more than six years and representatives shall serve only three terms of no more than two years each. Such service, even if not completed, shall render the congressman ineligible for further service in either house.
Congress shall make no law pertaining to the people that does not apply equally to members of Congress, nor shall it make any law pertaining to members of Congress that does not apply equally to the people. All such laws, including but not limited to medical coverage, pay raises, retirement plans, and immunity from punishment for crimes committed before, during, or after service shall be null and void as of December 31st of the year in which this amendment is ratified by the States. Payment for members of Congress shall be determined by the voting public every two years.
It shall be a crime for any member of Congress to use information obtained in the course of his duties for his personal aggrandizement or for the aggrandizement of any of his acquaintances or members of his family, either during his term of service or after.
Effective December 31st of the year in which this amendment is ratified by the States, it shall be a crime to enact or enforce any federal regulation or executive order without prior legislation by the Congress specifically authorizing such regulation or order. All federal regulations and executive orders in effect on that date shall be null and void unless and until specifically authorized by act of Congress.
No person shall be eligible for the office of Commander-in-Chief who has not completed a minimum of two years active service in the armed forces of the United States.