Section 3. Congress shall make no law prescribing compensation to persons or entity. No State shall abridge a persons right to collectively bargain, Congress shall enforce this provision.
With this section the Federal Government would make sure that workers in every State had a uniform set of rules for joining a Union. For example Congress could set the default position on job applications as union yes. Each applicant could turn down that right anytime (like the right to remain silent). It would be illegal for companies within the United States to obstruct unionization efforts. However it would be up to each State to decide how Unions operated and what sort of price control policies the State (up or down) wanted to adapt. Also because of the person's clause this right applies to all regaedless of status. This will get Congress out of the business of setting labor and product prices and leave that up to the States.
So after we've removed the Fed's from price controls we now know the national cost of goods equal income less savings. Because we subsidized savings then the cost of goods is now the intrinsic value plus insurance (or on a societal scale the Quality of Life) So C ≤ I-S-In-Qt thus wage pressures could not become excessive however the marginal utility must approach efficiency due to this section. What has to occur is a lessening of the intrinsic cost components and the insurance cost components (i.e. The Quality of life a.k.a government).But the subsidy would insure the increase in the Qt: this is the only function of the State and Article 28 section 1. limits the Fed's costs but Article 28 section 2 requires a maximization on Qt via taxes.
(Suggested global minimum wage $1.00 USD per day for regulatory purposes)
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