The 28th Amendment

Term Limits on Congress and House of Representatives

What is the 28th amendment?

The 28th amendment is to limit terms of Congress and House of Representative members. The maximum amount of terms should be two terms, with 4 years each. This would eliminate corruption and bias, equalize fairness for each candidate, and provide new ideas. The United States government would benefit greatly if the 28th amendment went into effect, and it would become stronger and more effective. This would benefit Congress members, House members, the United States government, and United states citizens. It provides multiple opinions and less corruption to help create and pass laws that will shape this country in a more positive way. Since the terms will alternate and cause more people to come into office, there will be less bias, and more productivity to the masses.