A BILL

To establish a sustainable economy in the United States, to lead in international diplomacy toward a sustainable global economy, and

and for other purposes.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled,

 

SECTION 1. SHORT TITLE.

(a) SHORT TITLE. — This Act may be cited as the ‘‘Steady State Economy Act.”

(b) TABLE OF CONTENTS. —

Sec. 1. Short Title

Sec. 2. Table of Contents.

Sec. 3. Findings and Declarations.

Sec. 4. Definitions.

 

TITLE I – EXECUTIVE ADOPTION OF STEADY-STATE GOALS

Sec. 101. Commission on Economic Sustainability.

Sec. 102. Steady State Agency Missions.

 

TITLE II – FISCAL POLICY 

Sec. 103. Steady State Budgets.

Sec. 104. Luxury Cap.

Sec. 105. Reduced Taxes on Productive Enterprise.

Sec. 106. Increased Taxes on Capital.

Sec. 107. Depletion Taxes.

Sec. 108. Family Size Tax Code Amendment.

Sec. 109. Financial Transaction Tax.

Sec. 110. Financial Regulation Act.

 

TITLE III – MONETARY POLICY  

Sec. 111. 100% Reserve.

Sec. 112. Financial Regulation.

 

TITLE IV– TRADE AND CAPITAL MOBILITY 

Sec. 113. Border Adjustment.

Sec. 114. Trade.

Sec. 115. Sustainable Foreign Aid.

Sec. 116. Capital Mobility.

 

TITLE VI– LABOR AND INCOME POLICY

Sec. 117. Shorter Workweek.

Sec. 118. Job Guarantee.

Sec. 119. Work Sharing.

Sec. 120. Basic Income.

Sec. 121. Salary Cap.

 

 

 

TITLE VII– HOUSING AND TRANSPORTATION POLICY

Sec. 122. Infrastructure Reform.

Sec. 123. Sprawl Limitation.

Sec. 124. Mileage Fee.

 

 

TITLE VIII– ECONOMIC SECTORS 

Sec. 125. Regenerative Agriculture.

Sec. 126. Agricultural Cap-And-Trade.  Infrastructure Reform.

Sec. 127. Oil Cap.

Sec. 128. Shrinking Unsustainable Sectors.

Sec. 129. Sustainable Advertising.

Sec. 130. End Obsolescence.

Sec. 131. Regenerative and Non-Profit Enterprise Support.

 

TITLE IX– CONSERVATION  

Sec. 132. Conservation.