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A good example of this type of commercial regulation for public policy purposes is the water dispute between the farmers and the federal water regulators in the Klamath basin between Oregon and Northern California. The farmers are subject to their water rights, as property rights, being regulated, because the farmers have volunteered for the unincorporated interstate banking association, which is under Article IV Section 3.2. Thus, the farmer’s water/property rights are only privileges to be regulated under the other property clause for public social security policy purposes. The farmers need to wake up to the cause and how to remove themselves from the “spirit” of the constitution and move back the absolute literal constitutional protections under Article IV Section 3.1.