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« Reply #175 on: February 22, 2022, 08:49:10 AM »

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NO CROOKED LAW ENFORCEMENT ACT

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1. No sheriff, police force, or police department shall be permitted to establish a formal or informal quota that requires a law enforcement officer to make a specific number of arrests or issue a specific number of summonses within a designated period of time.

2. No sheriff, police force, or police department shall execute a search or arrest warrant unless a copy of such warrant is provided to the person being searched or arrested.

3. No sheriff, police force, police department, or employee thereof shall falsify a document for the purposes of coercing a suspect during an interrogation.

4. This act shall take effect immediately.

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« Reply #176 on: February 22, 2022, 11:56:28 AM »

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AN ACT
To establish a 32 hour workweek



Be it enacted by the Senate of the Republic of Atlasia assembled

Section 1. Title

1. This act may be cited as the 32 Hour Workweek Act.

Section 2

1. No employee shall be required to work more than thirty-two hours a week.

2. Any employee who should voluntarily work more than thirty-two hours in a given a week shall be compensated at 120% of their regular hourly salary for every hour they work after the thirty-second.


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« Reply #177 on: February 22, 2022, 06:11:44 PM »
« Edited: February 28, 2022, 03:40:00 PM by ‎Ishan🇺🇦 »

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Districts Amendment

Article II, Section I is hereby amended to read:
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The several states of this Republic shall be apportioned among three contiguous, autonomous Regions. Each region shall be further subdivided into two subregions.
The northern Region shall consist of the states of Connecticut, Illinois, Indiana, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Wisconsin, Vermont, and Atlasian Virgin Islands.
i. The Northeastern Subregion shall consist of the states of Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Rhode Island, Vermont, and Atlasian Virgin Islands.
ii. The Great Lakes Subregion shall consist of the states of Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin.
The southern Region shall consist of the states of Alabama, Arkansas, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Maryland, Mississippi, Missouri, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Puerto Rico, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, West Virginia, and the District of Columbia.
The Upper Southern Subregion shall consist of the states of Arkansas, Delaware, Kansas, Kentucky, Maryland, Missouri, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia, and the District of Columbia.
The Deep Southern Subregion shall consist of the states of Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, Puerto Rico, South Carolina, and Texas
The western Region shall consist of the states of Alaska, Arizona, Atlasian Samoa, California, Colorado, Guam, Hawaii, Idaho, Iowa, Montana, Minnesota, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota, Northern Mariana Islands, Nebraska, Oregon, South Dakota, Utah, Washington, and Wyoming.
The Mountain West Subregion shall consist of the states of Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Iowa, Montana, Minnesota, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota, Nebraska, South Dakota, Utah, and Wyoming.
The Pacific Subregion shall consist of the states of Alaska, Atlasian Samoa, California, Guam, Hawaii, Northern Mariana Islands, Oregon, and Washington.


Article II, Section IV is hereby amended to read:
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No regional-administered election shall admit as eligible voters any person having resided in any other region within the fifty-six days prior to the commencement of the election.
In addition, no subregional district senate election shall admit as eligible voters any person having resided in any other region within the fifty-six days prior to the commencement of the election.
Aside from the exceptions as laid out by this section, no region-wide or subregional district election may deny any person the right to vote who would, if a federal election were held concurrently, be eligible to vote in such an election.

Article III, Section II is hereby amended to read:
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The manner of election for subregional district Senators shall be as follows:
i. Each subregion district shall elect a Senator for a term of four months by popular election of the subregion’s district's residents administered by its constituent regional government the Senate in a manner prescribed by the legislature thereof Senate. Subegional Senate District elections shall be held in the months of April, August, and December.
ii. Subregional Senate district vacancies occurring more than thirty days prior to the end of the term shall be filled by a special election of the subregion’s residents administered by its constituent regional government within twenty days of the vacancy.
iii. Subregional Senate district vacancies occurring within thirty days of the end of the term shall be filled by the subregional district Senator elected for the following term immediately upon conclusion of their election.
iv. The Districts shall be created by a commission of the three regional executives along with two representatives from each region being selected in a manner prescribed by the legislature thereof.
v. The aforementioned commission shall meet once a year following the end of the December federal elections till the first of January every year. Once they have come up with a set of six districts with a three-fourths majority voting in favor of the aforementioned districts, the districts shall be approved by the Senate, needing a majority vote to pass, being valid at the February elections.
vi. The districts need not to be contiguous, but must be equal in population according to the first census after the December elections.
vii. One state may not be in more than one district.
viii. In order to facilitate a clean transition, there shall be one emergency commission consisting of the three regional executives and two representatives from each region appointed by the executives of each region between the passing of the act and the next subregional/district election to determine the boundaries of the initial six districts until the next time the commission meets as outlined in subsections iv and v.

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« Reply #178 on: February 23, 2022, 03:52:09 PM »

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AN ACT
To provide for worker representation on corporate boards



Be it enacted by the Senate of the Republic of Atlasia assembled

Section 1. Title

1. This act may be cited as the Worker Representation Act.

Section 2

1. Not less than three-fifths of the directors of a corporation shall be elected by the employees of the corporation using an election process. A director elected by the employees shall have the same rights and powers and shall be subject to the same duties and responsibilities as a director elected by the stockholders.

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« Reply #179 on: February 23, 2022, 03:57:42 PM »
« Edited: February 23, 2022, 05:34:56 PM by Senator WD, PPT »

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AN ACT
To address rising inequality in wages



Be it enacted by the Senate of the Republic of Atlasia assembled

Section 1

1. The title of this Act shall be the "Wage Fairness Act"

2. As it appears in this legislation, "non-exempt company" shall refer to any proprietorship, partnership, or corporation which employs persons to do work in Atlasia in a given fiscal year.

3. As it appears in this legislation, "employee" shall refer to any person employed by a non-exempt company to do work in Atlasia in a given fiscal year.

Section 2

1. No less than 60% of the net profits of any non-exempt company shall be budgeted annually for the payment of salaries to its employees.

Section 3

1.  No employee of a non-exempt company shall earn a monthly salary equal to more than 300% of the lowest monthly salary paid by that company.

Section 4

1. This Act shall take effect immediately.

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« Reply #180 on: February 23, 2022, 04:00:16 PM »

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Abolishing Dumb Agencies Act

1. The U.S. Customs and Border Protection Agency is hereby abolished following the passing of this act.
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« Reply #181 on: February 23, 2022, 09:54:20 PM »

Urging sponsorship of the following:

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Cis Tax Act


1. All Individuals identifying as Cisgender shall have $0.48 added to their Income Tax Bill each year.

2. All Individuals identifying as Straight shall have $0.48 added to their Income Tax Bill each year, in addition to the amount added by Section 1 if applicable.

3. If there is any ambiguity as to whether Section 1 and/or Section 2 applies to a given individual, it shall apply to them.

4. If an individual covered by Section 1 and/or 2 has not been fully vaccinated against Covid-19, the charge under such section shall be doubled. If an individual becomes fully vaccinated during the middle of the tax year, the doubling shall be prorated to only apply to the portion of the tax year in which they lacked such status - $0.08 per month or $0.04 per fortnight. Fully Vaccinated is defined as a two-dose series or the Johnson & Johnson single dose, followed by a booster shot.

5. Revenues raised from this bill will go to a dedicated fund to provide governmental assistance to those seeking Gender Confirmation Surgery.

6. If someone changes their identity during the middle of a tax year in a way that changes what they would be charged under Section 1, 2, and/or 4, they will instead be charged a prorated amount of $0.04 per month ($0.08 if double charges are needed), or $0.02 per fortnight ($0.04 if double charges are needed), for each time period in which they need to be charged.

7. When filing taxes for income made in 2021, Residents will indicate their current identification and vaccination status for the purposes of Section 1, 2, and 4. In the event someone has already filed taxes for income made in 2021, the IRS shall send them an additional form to obtain their identities and vaccination status. Declining to fill out such form by May 15, 2022 may result in Tax Fraud charges at the discretion of the IRS. The IRS shall from then on collect regular medical records of updated vaccination statuses, and residents will be able to update their identities at any time by calling, faxing, emailing, or a sending a letter to the IRS. No charges are applied for income made in 2021 or earlier.

8. For income made in 2022, the appropriate amount of money shall be charged according to the identity known on May 15, 2022 (For instance, if someone is known to be straight on May 15, 2022, $0.48 will be added to the tax liability due April 15, 2023), unless another identity is made clear later in 2022.

9. Charges will apply on a rolling basis for income made in 2023 or later.

10. Individuals not required to file a tax return based on lack of income shall be exempt from this law.

11. Where not otherwise stated, the bill shall take immediate effect once signed by the President.
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« Reply #182 on: February 23, 2022, 09:56:14 PM »

Urging sponsorship of the following:

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Cis Tax Act


1. All Individuals identifying as Cisgender shall have $0.48 added to their Income Tax Bill each year.

2. All Individuals identifying as Straight shall have $0.48 added to their Income Tax Bill each year, in addition to the amount added by Section 1 if applicable.

3. If there is any ambiguity as to whether Section 1 and/or Section 2 applies to a given individual, it shall apply to them.

4. If an individual covered by Section 1 and/or 2 has not been fully vaccinated against Covid-19, the charge under such section shall be doubled. If an individual becomes fully vaccinated during the middle of the tax year, the doubling shall be prorated to only apply to the portion of the tax year in which they lacked such status - $0.08 per month or $0.04 per fortnight. Fully Vaccinated is defined as a two-dose series or the Johnson & Johnson single dose, followed by a booster shot.

5. Revenues raised from this bill will go to a dedicated fund to provide governmental assistance to those seeking Gender Confirmation Surgery.

6. If someone changes their identity during the middle of a tax year in a way that changes what they would be charged under Section 1, 2, and/or 4, they will instead be charged a prorated amount of $0.04 per month ($0.08 if double charges are needed), or $0.02 per fortnight ($0.04 if double charges are needed), for each time period in which they need to be charged.

7. When filing taxes for income made in 2021, Residents will indicate their current identification and vaccination status for the purposes of Section 1, 2, and 4. In the event someone has already filed taxes for income made in 2021, the IRS shall send them an additional form to obtain their identities and vaccination status. Declining to fill out such form by May 15, 2022 may result in Tax Fraud charges at the discretion of the IRS. The IRS shall from then on collect regular medical records of updated vaccination statuses, and residents will be able to update their identities at any time by calling, faxing, emailing, or a sending a letter to the IRS. No charges are applied for income made in 2021 or earlier.

8. For income made in 2022, the appropriate amount of money shall be charged according to the identity known on May 15, 2022 (For instance, if someone is known to be straight on May 15, 2022, $0.48 will be added to the tax liability due April 15, 2023), unless another identity is made clear later in 2022.

9. Charges will apply on a rolling basis for income made in 2023 or later.

10. Individuals not required to file a tax return based on lack of income shall be exempt from this law.

11. Where not otherwise stated, the bill shall take immediate effect once signed by the President.

Frivolous. This will not be on the floor.
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« Reply #183 on: February 28, 2022, 06:09:57 PM »

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AN ACT
To provide for tax increases on high incomes


Be it enacted by the Senate of the Republic of Atlasia assembled

Section 1. Title

1. This act may be cited as the Funding a Greater Society Act.

Section 2. Tax Changes

Changes to tax brackets:

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 by tax bracket:
 0-13K      10%
 13K-50k    15%                   
 50K-130K   25%                     
 130K-210K  29%  31%                
 210K-413K  34%  38%                           
 413K-441K  36%  40%                       
 441K-2M      40.6% 45%     
 5M-10M 48%
 10M+ 52%

The Wealth Tax Act is amended as follows:
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1. Households of a net worth greater than $50 $25 million shall have a 24 %  annual tax imposed on their net worth.
2. A 2% 4% annual surcharge shall be imposed on net worth greater than $1 billion.
3. A 1% 2.5% annual surcharge shall be imposed on net worth greater than $5 $2 billion.
4. A 1% 2.5% annual surcharge shall be imposed on net worth greater than $10 $6 billion.

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« Reply #184 on: March 03, 2022, 12:38:43 AM »

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AN ACT
To nationalize the steel industry

Be it enacted by the Senate of the Republic of Atlasia

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Section 1. Title

This legislation may be cited as the Atlasian Steel Act.

Section 2. Nationalization

1. All steel manufacturers are brought into public ownership immediately upon passage of this act and shall be placed under the control of an Atlasian Steel Authority.

2. To complete the undertaking as outlined above, the Republic of Atlasia shall establish an Atlasian Steel Authority (hereafter ASA) which shall be comprised of all former privately-held steel companies and shall hold a legal monopoly in these sectors.

3. The purpose of the aforementioned ASA shall be the economization of operations and the modernization of production methods to raise safety and efficiency standards across the country, as well as provide steel at a low cost, prevent competitive waste, and co-ordinate research and development in those sectors.

4. The government of the ASA shall be federal and cooperative. In each region will be established a regional steel authority under a board of directors composed of representatives of labor, the consumers, security, and the environment. The number of labor directors shall be four, and the number of directors for all other constituencies shall be two. Each regional authority will elect five representatives to the national board of directors. Two of the national directors elected by each regional authority shall represent labor, and one each shall represent the consumers, security, and the environment.
 
5. The labor directors shall be chosen by a vote of the steel workers; the consumer directors by a vote of the regional legislature, the security and environment directors by the regional executive at the regional level and by the president at the federal level.

6. The term of a Board director shall be four years.

7. The President shall appoint a Chair of the ASA Board of Directors who shall have no vote unless they are equally divided. The Chair shall serve a four year term.

8. All persons owning any of the aforementioned industry brought into public ownership shall be fairly compensated for the sale of said industries to the Republic of Atlasia.

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« Reply #185 on: March 04, 2022, 01:46:33 PM »

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A Resolution
To amend the Senate rules



Be it enacted by the Senate of the Republic of Atlasia assembled

Section 1. Title

1. This resolution may be cited as the Senate Modernization Rules Package.

Section 2

Article 2 of the Official Senate Procedures and Rules for Operation is amended as follows:

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3.) 20 23 threads about legislation may be open for voting and debate simultaneously.
a.) The first 15 18 open threads shall be open to all legislation initially regarding bills, resolutions or constitutional amendments. If the sponsor already has two or more pieces of legislation on the Senate floor, legislation from Senators who do not shall take priority until all such other legislation is completed. The PPT shall be the Presiding Officer for these open threads.

b.) The nineteenth slot shall be reserved for national emergencies and administered by either the President of the Senate or the PPT.

c.) The twentieth slot shall be reserved for budgetary legislation and administered by either the President of the Senate or the PPT.

d.) The twenty-first and twenty-second slots shall be reserved for the President of the Republic of Atlasia and administered by either the President of the Senate or the PPT.

e.) The twenty-third slot shall be reserved for public submissions and shall be introduced by the President of the Senate


Section 3.

Article 4 is amended as follows

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1. After a piece of legislation is introduced to the Senate floor, debate shall begin immediately. Debate on the legislation shall last for no less than 120 96 hours. The Senate may waive the 120 96-hour requirement on non-controversial legislation by unanimous consent. To waive the 120 96-hour requirement, the presiding officer must request unanimous consent to waive the minimum debate time requirement and provide 24 hours for a Senator to object to this request. If the 12096-hour requirement is waived, the presiding officer shall immediately open a final vote.

3.) Once a piece of legislation has been on the floor for 120 96 hours, any Senator may motion for a final vote. If no objection is made against such a motion within 24 hours, a final vote shall be opened. If an objection is made, then a vote shall be opened on ending debate. The concurrence of three-fourths a majority of the Senate shall be required to end debate, unless the legislation had been on the floor for at least 168 hours or debate had ceased for at least 24 hours prior to the motion for a final vote. Should the Senate vote to end debate, a final vote shall be opened.

4.) When debate on legislation has halted for longer than 24 hours and the legislation has been on the floor for more than 120 96 hours, any Senator may call for a vote on said legislation. The presiding officer shall open a vote if no other member of the Senate objects within 24 hours of the call for a vote. When the legislation has been on the floor for more than 120 96 hours, any Senator may motion for cloture. Upon the concurrence of a majority  of the Senate, the Senate shall end debate, and proceed to a final vote. If the legislation has been on the floor for more than 168 hours, or debate has ceased for 24 hours, a simple majority is needed in order to end the debates. The presiding officer shall then open a final vote.




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« Reply #186 on: March 04, 2022, 02:44:28 PM »


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AN ACT
To provide for the construction of social housing



Be it enacted by the Senate of the Republic of Atlasia assembled

Section 1. Title

1. This act may be cited as the Social Housing Act.

Section 2

(A) National Housing Construction Program.—

(1) AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS.—Section 8 of the Housing Act of 1937 (42 U.S.C. 1437f) is amended by adding at the end the following new subsection:

“(1) IN GENERAL.—There shall be appropriated $95,000,000,000 for each of fiscal years 2023 through 2033 for annual contribution contracts for assistance to cover the development costs for new public housing units that meet the following requirements:

“(2) REQUIREMENTS.—

“(A) PUBLIC HOUSING.—All units funded with amounts made available pursuant to this subsection shall comply with and be operated in compliance with all requirements applicable to public housing and the requirements of this subsection.

“(B) REGULATIONS.—The Secretary of the Department of Housing and Urban Development shall issue regulations to ensure, to the extent practicable, that units funded with amounts made available pursuant to this subsection comply with the following:

“(i) USE.—Notwithstanding any provision of this Act, such units shall be operated as public housing during the entire useful life of such dwelling units and may not be sold or otherwise alienated by the public housing agency receiving such amounts during such useful life.

“(ii) LOCATION AND ACCESSIBILITY.—Such units shall be located in a manner that complies with standards set by the Secretary to ensure proper integration of housing and public transit and ensure that residents of such units have access to sufficient transportation options. Standards should ensure that such units should be integrated with public transit and vehicle alternatives such as walking and biking and should accommodate differences between a transit hub in a town or reservation compared with a large city.

“(iii) ENVIRONMENTAL STANDARDS.—Such units shall comply with such standards as the established to ensure such units are designed, built, and operated according to the highest possible environmental standard, with a focus on minimizing energy costs and achieving carbon neutrality.

'' (iv) CONTRACTION REQUIREMENTS.--Where possible, the Department of Housing and Urban Development must use contractors and require the use of materials local to the location of social housing units providing this can be done at no extra cost or no lower standard as defined in clause iii of this section.

“(iv) TENANCY RESTRICTIONS.—A public housing agency receiving assistance made available pursuant to this subsection shall not refuse to rent a unit developed with such assistance or otherwise discriminate in the rental of such a dwelling unit based on an individual’s criminal record or immigration status.

“(v) ANTI-DISCRIMINATION.—A public housing agency receiving assistance made available pursuant to this subsection shall not refuse to rent a unit developed with such assistance or otherwise discriminate in the rental of such a dwelling unit because of the sexual orientation or gender identity of any person.

“(vi) AFFIRMATIVELY FURTHERING FAIR HOUSING.—A public housing agency receiving assistance made available pursuant to this subsection shall comply with the final rule entitled ‘Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing’ (80 Fed. Reg. 42272 (July 16, 2015)).

''(C) ALLOCATION.-- The Department shall invite states and municipalities to submit applications for social housing construction in locations under their jurisdiction.



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« Reply #187 on: March 04, 2022, 04:36:46 PM »

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A RESOLUTION
To dissuade citizens from certain actions and endorse an iconic dish

Be it resolved by the Senate of the Republic of Atlasia.

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Section 1. Title

This Act may be cited as the Cole's Law Resolution.

Section 2. Findings and Resolutions
WHEREAS, many male citizens of Atlasia have injured themselves in attempts at self-pleasure, and
WHEREAS, coleslaw is a dish that is nutritious and healthy,
the Senate of the Republic of Atlasia resolves the following:

1) The Senate of the Republic of Atlasia finds that orally stimulating one’s own phallus is impossible without serious potential of harm.
2) The Senate of the Republic of Atlasia endorses the consumption of coleslaw by Atlasian citizens.
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« Reply #188 on: March 04, 2022, 04:50:30 PM »
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AN ACT
to Outlaw Russia for Exactly Four-Hundred and Thirty-Seven Seconds

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Section 1. Title

Thia Act may be cited as the Outlawing Russia Act.

Section 2.

(a) The Russian Federation, also known as Russia, shall be deemed illegal within the Republic of Atlasia for the period from 12:08:37 a.m. on June 4th, 2105, until exactly 12:15:54 a.m. on June 4th, 2105.


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« Reply #189 on: March 04, 2022, 05:06:13 PM »

I offer this amendment, with the original sponsor's support, so as not to excessively complicate things:

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AN ACT
To provide for tax increases on high incomes


Be it enacted by the Senate of the Republic of Atlasia assembled

Section 1. Title

1. This act may be cited as the Funding a Greater Society Act.

Section 2. Tax Changes

Changes to tax brackets:

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 by tax bracket:
 0-13K      10%
 13K-50k    15%                   
 50K-130K   25%                     
 130K-210K  29%  31%                
 210K-413K  34%  38%                           
 413K-441K  36%  40%
 441K-2M      40.6% 45%
 5M-10M 48%
 10M+ 52%

 413K+  45%

The Wealth Tax Act is amended as follows:
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1. Households of a net worth greater than $50 $25 million shall have a 24 %  annual tax imposed on their net worth.
2. A 2% 4% annual surcharge shall be imposed on net worth greater than $1 billion.
3. A 1% 2.5% annual surcharge shall be imposed on net worth greater than $5 $2 billion.
4. A 1% 2.5% annual surcharge shall be imposed on net worth greater than $10 $6 billion.

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« Reply #190 on: March 04, 2022, 11:25:51 PM »

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AN ACT
To protect Atlasian food safety and security in the light of contemporary threats

Be it enacted by the Senate of the Republic of Atlasia assembled,
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SECTION 1: WELL IT GOES LIKE THIS

1. This Act may be cited as the Taking Earlier Acts AND Officializing Reports About National, Global, and Epidemiological Security (TEA AND ORANGES) Act.


SECTION 2: THE FOURTH, THE FIFTH

1. Section 5, subsection c, paragraph 1 of the Food and Agricultural Merger Act of 2019 (or “FAM Act”) shall be modified as follows:
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(1) COMPOSITION.—The Commission (non-playable) shall be composed of 12 members as follows:

(A) ThreeSix persons, onetwo of whom shall be a persons currently engaged in farming or ranching, shall be appointed by the President pro tempore of the Senate upon the recommendation of the Majority Leader of the Senate, after consultation with the Chairs of the Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition, and Forestry and of the Committee on the Judiciary.

(B) ThreeSix persons, onetwo of whom shall be a persons currently engaged in farming or ranching, shall be appointed by the President pro tempore of the Senate upon the recommendation of the Minority Leader of the Senate, after consultation with the ranking minority member of the Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition, and Forestry and of the Committee on the Judiciary.

(C) Three persons, one of whom shall be a person currently engaged in farming or ranching, shall be appointed by the Speaker of the House of Representatives, after consultation with the Chairs of the Committee on Agriculture and of the Committee on the Judiciary.

(D) Three persons, one of whom shall be a person currently engaged in farming or ranching, shall be appointed by the Minority Leader of the House of Representatives, after consultation with the ranking minority member of the Committee on Agriculture and of the Committee on the Judiciary.


2. Pursuant to §5(d)(2) of the FAM Act, vacancies in the Commission shall be filled in accordance with the amended section effective immediately following the passage and signing of this Act.


SECTION 3: THE MINOR F.A.L.L. (Formal Amendment of Lateral Limitations)

1. Section 6(b) of the FAM Act shall be modified as follows:
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(13) Such related matters as the Commission determines to be important.

(13) The effects of concentration and related developments on food wastage, spoiling, and other associated phenomena.

(14) The impact of foreign purchases of Atlasian operators satisfying any of the definitions in §3 on suppliers, farmers, producers, and consumers.

(15) The effects of these purchases in the context of wider disparities in international trade practices.

(16) The effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on the food, production, and agricultural sectors and the corresponding impact of these immediate and medium-term changes upon consumers.

(17) The feasibility of safe handling, packaging, and transportation of food products by producers and suppliers.

(18 ) Food safety and nutrition.

(19) Such related matters as the Commission determines to be important.



SECTION 4: AND THE MAJOR LIFT

1. The following shall be added to Section 6 of the FAM Act:
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(d) Report on COVID-19. —

   (1) Not later than 6 months after the enactment of this Act, the Commission shall submit to the President and Congress a preliminary report on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the food and agricultural sectors, containing—

      (A) the findings related to §6(b)(16)-(17); and

      (B) recommendations for addressing problems identified therein.

   (2) Any member of the Commission may submit additional findings and recommendations as part of the report.

(e) Report on National and Global Food Security. —

   (1) Not later than 12 months after the enactment of this Act, the Commission shall submit to the President, Congress, and the Secretary of State a report on the repercussions of foreign purchases of Atlasian food companies, containing—

      (A) the findings related to §6(b)(14)-(15); and

      (B) recommendations for addressing problems identified therein.

   (2) Any member of the Commission may submit additional findings and recommendations as part of the final report.

2. The following shall be added to Section 7 of the FAM Act:
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(c) Recommendations. — Policy recommendations made by the Committee, in accordance with §6(d)-(e) or otherwise, shall immediately be made available to the Department of Agriculture and the Food and Drug Administration.


SECTION 5: THE BAFFLED KING ENACTING HALLELUJAH

1. This act shall take effect within 60 days following its passage and signing.

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« Reply #191 on: March 06, 2022, 09:58:35 AM »

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Districts Amendment

Article II, Section I is hereby amended to read:
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The several states of this Republic shall be apportioned among three contiguous, autonomous Regions. Each region shall be further subdivided into two subregions.
The northern Region shall consist of the states of Connecticut, Illinois, Indiana, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Wisconsin, Vermont, and Atlasian Virgin Islands.
i. The Northeastern Subregion shall consist of the states of Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Rhode Island, Vermont, and Atlasian Virgin Islands.
ii. The Great Lakes Subregion shall consist of the states of Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin.
The southern Region shall consist of the states of Alabama, Arkansas, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Maryland, Mississippi, Missouri, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Puerto Rico, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, West Virginia, and the District of Columbia.
The Upper Southern Subregion shall consist of the states of Arkansas, Delaware, Kansas, Kentucky, Maryland, Missouri, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia, and the District of Columbia.
The Deep Southern Subregion shall consist of the states of Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, Puerto Rico, South Carolina, and Texas
The western Region shall consist of the states of Alaska, Arizona, Atlasian Samoa, California, Colorado, Guam, Hawaii, Idaho, Iowa, Montana, Minnesota, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota, Northern Mariana Islands, Nebraska, Oregon, South Dakota, Utah, Washington, and Wyoming.
The Mountain West Subregion shall consist of the states of Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Iowa, Montana, Minnesota, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota, Nebraska, South Dakota, Utah, and Wyoming.
The Pacific Subregion shall consist of the states of Alaska, Atlasian Samoa, California, Guam, Hawaii, Northern Mariana Islands, Oregon, and Washington.


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No regional-administered election shall admit as eligible voters any person having resided in any other region within the fifty-six days prior to the commencement of the election.
In addition, no subregional district senate election shall admit as eligible voters any person having resided in any other region within the fifty-six days prior to the commencement of the election.
Aside from the exceptions as laid out by this section, no region-wide or subregional district election may deny any person the right to vote who would, if a federal election were held concurrently, be eligible to vote in such an election.

Article III, Section II is hereby amended to read:
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The manner of election for subregional district Senators shall be as follows:
i. Each subregion district shall elect a Senator for a term of four months by popular election of the subregion’s district's residents administered by its constituent regional government the Senate in a manner prescribed by the legislature thereof Senate. Subegional Senate District elections shall be held in the months of April, August, and December.
ii. Subregional Senate district vacancies occurring more than thirty days prior to the end of the term shall be filled by a special election of the subregion’s residents administered by its constituent regional government within twenty days of the vacancy.
iii. Subregional Senate district vacancies occurring within thirty days of the end of the term shall be filled by the subregional district Senator elected for the following term immediately upon conclusion of their election.
iv. The Districts shall be created by a commission of the three regional executives along with two representatives from each region being selected in a manner prescribed by the legislature thereof.
v. The aforementioned commission shall meet once a year following the end of the December federal elections till the first of January every year. Once they have come up with a set of six districts with a three-fourths majority voting in favor of the aforementioned districts, the districts shall be approved by the Senate, needing a majority vote to pass, being valid at the February elections.
vi. The districts need not to be contiguous, but must be equal in population according to the first census after the December elections.
vii. One state may not be in more than one district.
viii. In order to facilitate a clean transition, there shall be one emergency commission consisting of the three regional executives and two representatives from each region appointed by the executives of each region between the passing of the act and the next subregional/district election to determine the boundaries of the initial six districts until the next time the commission meets as outlined in subsections iv and v.


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« Reply #192 on: March 13, 2022, 02:13:15 AM »

Restoring Gun Safety Act

An act to implement gun control

I: Licensing and Registration

1. A firearm license is required to own a firearm, licenses shall be available at local police stations and shall be available to all citizens above 18 who do not have a criminal history and have no history of mental illness. License applicants, if approved, must also be required to participate in mandatory gun safety training.

2. Guns shall only be allowed to be sold at gun retailers. A store may become a gun retailer by submitting an application to their state government, which may then be approved or disapproved at the discretion of the state.

3. Gun retailers shall be required to check for a valid license before selling firearms and must record the firearm serial number as well as the name of the person purchasing the firearm in a national database called "Gun Track," which shall be operated by the federal government. Access to this database shall be granted to gun retailers as well as all law enforcement agencies operating in Atlasia.

4. The federal government shall set up the national gun database known as "Gun Track" to track all firearm sales. Access to "Gun Track" shall be granted to the necessary individuals.

5. Firearms licenses must be renewed every five years, an individual must pass a background check in order to have their license renewed.
II. Firearm restrictions: The following firearms are subject to regulation even if an individual qualifies for a firearms license

1. Handguns may not be purchased even with a valid license except by active duty military members and active law enforcement officers.

2. Semi automatic long guns, with a long gun defined to be at least 16 inches for rifle barrels and at least 18 inches for shotgun barrels, or for detachable or folding stocks is 26 inches with the stock in the extended position, may not be purchased even with a valid license except by active duty military members and active law enforcement officers.

3. Pump action shotguns may not be purchased even with a valid license except by active duty military members and active law enforcement officers.

4. Submachine guns, defined as a magazine-fed, automatic carbine designed to fire handgun cartridges, may not be purchased even with a valid license except by active duty military members and active law enforcement officers.

5. Semi automatic rifles above .22 caliber, defined as a firearms bore diameter of 0.22 inch or above, may not be purchased even with a valid license except by active duty military members and active law enforcement officers.
III: Buyback

1. Any individual who owns a prohibited firearm as defined in clauses II.1-II.5 may trade it in to their local sheriff's office for a government sponsored buyback program where they shall receive 2-4 times the value of the firearm in cash value.

2. No part of this buyback shall be interpreted to be mandatory

3. Individuals currently owning now prohibited firearms shall be allowed to keep them provided that they do not sell them to other individuals and that they register them with the government.

IV: Penalties

1. The penalty for selling a gun while not licensed as a gun retailer shall be a fine of no less than $10,000 and a possible term of prison confinement for no less than 3 years, for those individuals involved.

2. The penalty for selling a prohibited gun as a gun retailer shall be a fine of no less than $30,000 and a possible term of prison confinement for no less than 10 years, for those individuals involved.

3. No part of IV:1-2 shall be interpreted as punishing the individual purchasing the firearm, punishments shall only apply to those selling it.

4. The penalty for knowingly owning an unregistered firearm shall be a fine of no less than $15,000 and a possible term of prison confinement for no less than 5 years.

V: Interstate Commerce

1. Each state shall decide to what extent it wishes to regulate the movement of guns into and across its borders.

VI: Further Regulation

1. The regions or the states may choose to pursue further gun regulation not delineated in this act, however all provisions of this act must be enforced.

VII: Implementation:

1. Implementation of this act shall primarily take place at the state and local level and the federal government shall provide guidance to state and local governments to prepare them for enforcement

2. Implementation shall begin one year after passage of this law.
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« Reply #193 on: March 13, 2022, 12:46:53 PM »

Restoring Gun Safety Act

An act to implement gun control

I: Licensing and Registration

1. A firearm license is required to own a firearm, licenses shall be available at local police stations and shall be available to all citizens above 18 who do not have a criminal history and have no history of mental illness. License applicants, if approved, must also be required to participate in mandatory gun safety training.

2. Guns shall only be allowed to be sold at gun retailers. A store may become a gun retailer by submitting an application to their state government, which may then be approved or disapproved at the discretion of the state.

3. Gun retailers shall be required to check for a valid license before selling firearms and must record the firearm serial number as well as the name of the person purchasing the firearm in a national database called "Gun Track," which shall be operated by the federal government. Access to this database shall be granted to gun retailers as well as all law enforcement agencies operating in Atlasia.

4. The federal government shall set up the national gun database known as "Gun Track" to track all firearm sales. Access to "Gun Track" shall be granted to the necessary individuals.

5. Firearms licenses must be renewed every five years, an individual must pass a background check in order to have their license renewed.
II. Firearm restrictions: The following firearms are subject to regulation even if an individual qualifies for a firearms license

1. Handguns may not be purchased even with a valid license except by active duty military members and active law enforcement officers.

2. Semi automatic long guns, with a long gun defined to be at least 16 inches for rifle barrels and at least 18 inches for shotgun barrels, or for detachable or folding stocks is 26 inches with the stock in the extended position, may not be purchased even with a valid license except by active duty military members and active law enforcement officers.

3. Pump action shotguns may not be purchased even with a valid license except by active duty military members and active law enforcement officers.

4. Submachine guns, defined as a magazine-fed, automatic carbine designed to fire handgun cartridges, may not be purchased even with a valid license except by active duty military members and active law enforcement officers.

5. Semi automatic rifles above .22 caliber, defined as a firearms bore diameter of 0.22 inch or above, may not be purchased even with a valid license except by active duty military members and active law enforcement officers.
III: Buyback

1. Any individual who owns a prohibited firearm as defined in clauses II.1-II.5 may trade it in to their local sheriff's office for a government sponsored buyback program where they shall receive 2-4 times the value of the firearm in cash value.

2. No part of this buyback shall be interpreted to be mandatory

3. Individuals currently owning now prohibited firearms shall be allowed to keep them provided that they do not sell them to other individuals and that they register them with the government.

IV: Penalties

1. The penalty for selling a gun while not licensed as a gun retailer shall be a fine of no less than $10,000 and a possible term of prison confinement for no less than 3 years, for those individuals involved.

2. The penalty for selling a prohibited gun as a gun retailer shall be a fine of no less than $30,000 and a possible term of prison confinement for no less than 10 years, for those individuals involved.

3. No part of IV:1-2 shall be interpreted as punishing the individual purchasing the firearm, punishments shall only apply to those selling it.

4. The penalty for knowingly owning an unregistered firearm shall be a fine of no less than $15,000 and a possible term of prison confinement for no less than 5 years.

V: Interstate Commerce

1. Each state shall decide to what extent it wishes to regulate the movement of guns into and across its borders.

VI: Further Regulation

1. The regions or the states may choose to pursue further gun regulation not delineated in this act, however all provisions of this act must be enforced.

VII: Implementation:

1. Implementation of this act shall primarily take place at the state and local level and the federal government shall provide guidance to state and local governments to prepare them for enforcement

2. Implementation shall begin one year after passage of this law.

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« Reply #194 on: March 16, 2022, 06:31:45 PM »

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A BILL FOR A CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT
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BE IT ENACTED BY THE PEOPLE OF ATLASIA ASSEMBLED.

Section 1, TITLE AND DEFINITIONS.
1. The title of this Act shall be, the "Calm Down Amendment."

Section 2, SEAL CONTENTS.
1. No regional legislature shall have any more than 8 (eight) bills actively on the floor at once in the Regional Governments board.
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« Reply #195 on: March 16, 2022, 07:06:17 PM »

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A BILL FOR A CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT
giving breathing room to all regional governments

BE IT ENACTED BY THE PEOPLE OF ATLASIA ASSEMBLED.

Section 1, TITLE AND DEFINITIONS.
1. The title of this Act shall be, the "Calm Down Amendment."

Section 2, SEAL CONTENTS.
1. No regional legislature shall have any more than 8 (eight) bills actively on the floor at once in the Regional Governments board.

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« Reply #196 on: March 16, 2022, 07:31:49 PM »

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A BILL FOR A CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT
giving breathing room to all regional governments

BE IT ENACTED BY THE PEOPLE OF ATLASIA ASSEMBLED.

Section 1, TITLE AND DEFINITIONS.
1. The title of this Act shall be, the "Calm Down Amendment."

Section 2, SEAL CONTENTS.
1. No regional legislature shall have any more than 8 (eight) bills actively on the floor at once in the Regional Governments board.



Glad to know that I'm the real child for opposing the Regional Government board being clogged with more garbage than a McDonald's customer's arteries. If you feel as though the business of other governments has to be eclipsed by your ego and desperate desire for attention, cool, but that doesn't mean that the rest of us have to suffer through your spammy power trips.
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« Reply #197 on: March 16, 2022, 07:54:53 PM »

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A BILL FOR A CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT
giving breathing room to all regional governments

BE IT ENACTED BY THE PEOPLE OF ATLASIA ASSEMBLED.

Section 1, TITLE AND DEFINITIONS.
1. The title of this Act shall be, the "Calm Down Amendment."

Section 2, SEAL CONTENTS.
1. No regional legislature shall have any more than 8 (eight) bills actively on the floor at once in the Regional Governments board.



Glad to know that I'm the real child for opposing the Regional Government board being clogged with more garbage than a McDonald's customer's arteries. If you feel as though the business of other governments has to be eclipsed by your ego and desperate desire for attention, cool, but that doesn't mean that the rest of us have to suffer through your spammy power trips.

Lol. There are presently 3 bills in Lincoln and 4 bills in Fremont. It shouldnt be hard to keep debate active on so few bills. Its not like yall are being stopped from debating or doing more if you had anything else to do.

Since our region is active we have a backlog of 17 bills right now, not counting the 14 on the floor. Perhaps your proposal should be to have separate but equal subforums for each region rather than trying to stifle our Southern Revival. We are shooting for 100 bills, and our bills are substantive unlike giving exactly 2 dollars for an avocado or apologizing for burning witches. You are welcome to have any of our southern bills for Lincoln if you want more activity.

Otherwise, it seems petty to insist that no one gets to do more than the laziest Region. Some of us like to play by legislating rather than play by zombie elections.
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« Reply #198 on: March 16, 2022, 08:01:46 PM »

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A BILL FOR A CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT
giving breathing room to all regional governments

BE IT ENACTED BY THE PEOPLE OF ATLASIA ASSEMBLED.

Section 1, TITLE AND DEFINITIONS.
1. The title of this Act shall be, the "Calm Down Amendment."

Section 2, SEAL CONTENTS.
1. No regional legislature shall have any more than 8 (eight) bills actively on the floor at once in the Regional Governments board.



Glad to know that I'm the real child for opposing the Regional Government board being clogged with more garbage than a McDonald's customer's arteries. If you feel as though the business of other governments has to be eclipsed by your ego and desperate desire for attention, cool, but that doesn't mean that the rest of us have to suffer through your spammy power trips.

Lol. There are presently 3 bills in Lincoln and 4 bills in Fremont. It shouldnt be hard to keep debate active on so few bills. Its not like yall are being stopped from debating or doing more if you had anything else to do.

Since our region is active we have a backlog of 17 bills right now, not counting the 14 on the floor. Perhaps your proposal should be to have separate but equal subforums for each region rather than trying to stifle our Southern Revival. We are shooting for 100 bills, and our bills are substantive unlike giving exactly 2 dollars for an avocado or apologizing for burning witches. You are welcome to have any of our southern bills for Lincoln if you want more activity.

Otherwise, it seems petty to insist that no one gets to do more than the laziest Region. Some of us like to play by legislating rather than play by zombie elections.

Substantive bills that tackle such pressing issues like forced genital waxing and making sure building codes conform with your sky daddy's tastes.

Save your monologues and whinging for when this bill actually gets put on the floor.
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« Reply #199 on: March 16, 2022, 08:07:56 PM »

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A BILL FOR A CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT
giving breathing room to all regional governments

BE IT ENACTED BY THE PEOPLE OF ATLASIA ASSEMBLED.

Section 1, TITLE AND DEFINITIONS.
1. The title of this Act shall be, the "Calm Down Amendment."

Section 2, SEAL CONTENTS.
1. No regional legislature shall have any more than 8 (eight) bills actively on the floor at once in the Regional Governments board.



Glad to know that I'm the real child for opposing the Regional Government board being clogged with more garbage than a McDonald's customer's arteries. If you feel as though the business of other governments has to be eclipsed by your ego and desperate desire for attention, cool, but that doesn't mean that the rest of us have to suffer through your spammy power trips.

Lol. There are presently 3 bills in Lincoln and 4 bills in Fremont. It shouldnt be hard to keep debate active on so few bills. Its not like yall are being stopped from debating or doing more if you had anything else to do.

Since our region is active we have a backlog of 17 bills right now, not counting the 14 on the floor. Perhaps your proposal should be to have separate but equal subforums for each region rather than trying to stifle our Southern Revival. We are shooting for 100 bills, and our bills are substantive unlike giving exactly 2 dollars for an avocado or apologizing for burning witches. You are welcome to have any of our southern bills for Lincoln if you want more activity.

Otherwise, it seems petty to insist that no one gets to do more than the laziest Region. Some of us like to play by legislating rather than play by zombie elections.

Substantive bills that tackle such pressing issues like forced genital waxing and making sure building codes conform with your sky daddy's tastes.

Save your monologues and whinging for when this bill actually gets put on the floor.

Ok. My sky daddy still loves you even if you are mad at Him.

Have fun changing Lincoln's seal to green. Smiley

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