H.R. 450: Enumerated Powers Act (GovTrack.us) Here's the snippet from a facebook group (Ugh..I know): Summary: Requires each Act of Congress to contain a concise and definite statement of the constitutional authority relied upon for the enactment of each portion of that Act. Declares that failure to comply with this requirement shall give rise to a point of order in either chamber of Congress. - Each bill, and every amendment, must be read in its entirety before a quorum in both the House and Senate. - Every member of the House and Senate must sign a sworn affidavit, under penalty of perjury, that he or she has attentively either personally read, or heard read, the complete bill to be voted on. - Every old law coming up for renewal under the sunset provisions must also be read according to the same rules that apply to new bills. - Every bill to be voted on must be published on the Internet at least 7 days before a vote, and Congress must give public notice of the date when a vote will be held on that bill. - Passage of a bill that does not abide by these provisions will render the measure null and void, and establish grounds for the law to be challenged in court. - Congress cannot waive these requirements. Thoughts?