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Truth Amendment (Proposed) XXVIII


Section 1: The right of citizens of the United States, who are eighteen years of age or older, to be given the whole truth in regard to their dealings and interactions with the Government and agents thereof, and entities regulated by and/or granted immunity by the Government, that may in any way affect the citizen's life, liberty, or property, shall not be infringed in any way, except in cases relevant to previously declared national security matters. Section 2: This right extends to, without limitations, all interactions relevant to: courts, arrests, detention, incarceration, confiscation, compensation, taxation, remuneration, benefits, health care, private property, progeny, education and the like. Section 3: This right is deemed a Constitutionally guaranteed protected vested rights by all State and Federal Government entities and the agents, officers, and employees thereof. Section 4: Congress shall have the power to enforce this article by appropriate legislation.