It started out as a simple suggestion that the holdings of Pearce v. Society of Sisters, Meyer v. Nebraska, and so on be incorporated into a statement of parental rights as against the state.
But it occurred to me that this was just an instance of a more general case. For a long time, judicial supremacy and the difficulty of amending the Constitution has made court cases a de facto method of amendment. The Committee has done sterling work in correcting this problem going forward. They have also incorporated version changes that undo some of the more egregious judicial amendments. Some, but not all. This process needs to be systematized. Either the committee needs to release a technical appendix that lists every major case since the 1.0 version of the Constitution, or else there needs to be some kind of process of reviewing them. Maybe the slate is simply wiped clean. No prior constitutional case is precedential any more. Or maybe Congress is required to have an up or down vote on each case, no debate allowed, that determines whether it will have the status of precedent or not.