Why the proposed Equality Act is unconstitutional

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Harold Pease Ph.D.
Harold Pease, Ph.D.
Harold W. Pease, Ph.D. Special to Anza Valley Outlook Neither the words equality or discrimination are found in the U. S. Constitution, nor inferred. Also, no new amendment to the Constitution has been added moving either from a state to a federal jurisdiction, which is the required path detailed in Article V for enlarging the powers of the federal government. State delegates formed the U.S. Constitution and they gave the federal government no power over human association. We naturally discriminate between philosophies, organizations, and people we wish to embrace, date or avoid; even whom or what we like. We call this freedom. Now the Democratic Party wishes to impose upon the people restrictions over human associations without a new amendment to the Constitution. Under the misna
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