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General Subject: Constitution

DOJ Regulation on Same Sex Marriage

Ballot creation date: 02/06/2014

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Fact: The US Constitution (Article the 12th pursuant to the fifth Article of the US Constitution) says, "The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people."

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The power of regulating sexual relationships specifically or generally is not mentioned in the US Constitution. Therefore the DOJ is not allowed the authority of promulgating, enacting, assuming, or enforcing any regulations or imagined law relative to same-sex marriage in the various States who do or do not allow the legality of same-sex marriage. This MOT Ballot weighs the degree of theft of salaries and costly accouterments of power by the US Federal Government officials by their spending time assuming influence and responsibility beyond their job description as stated in the US Constitution.

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