Guarantee of Individual Independent Rights

No law can be enacted which abridges, regulates, or otherwise restricts individual conduct which does not impact the rights and privileges of others.   An individual only abdicates his rights when he violates the rights of another or commits an act which imminently and credibly threatens the rights of another, and then, only in a proportionate, corresponding, and responsive manner as specified generally or specifically in this document.



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