The purpose of this Act is to encourage Members of Congress to actually do some work.
1. (a) Since providing health care benefits to employees is recognized to cause laziness in workers, and this has been proven beyond-a-doubt by the current sitting Congress, no Member of Congress or their families shall under any circumstances receive paid health care from the Government of the United States, or any subsidiary government within the United States of America. (b) The Legislative Branch of the United States government is exempt from the mandatory coverage provisions of the Affordable Care Act.
2. (a) Members of Congress shall be paid a Federal Minimum Wage per hour for each day that Congress is actually in session and for which they can prove attendance. Any member of Congress who votes in favor of an Act which eventually becomes law, and which actually creates jobs shall receive a bonus of $50 for each such act.