In all instances wherein the words “person,” “persons,” and “people” appear in this Constitution, such words shall be exclusively construed to define living human beings, and shall not include artificial entities created by law.
“Money” and “currency” are defined only as legal tender for the purpose of settling all debts, public and private. Neither Congress nor the Judiciary shall recognize the spending of money and currency as an expression of speech of any kind, or as an expression of any of the rights enumerated in this constitution.
Congress shall have power to enforce this article and to regulate federal elections by appropriate legislation. The several states shall have power to enforce this article and to regulate state elections by appropriate legislation.