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Bill: Clean Air Act

Details

Submitted by[?]: The Unified Lodamun Party

Status[?]: passed

Votes: This is an ordinary bill. It requires more yes votes than no votes. This bill will not pass any sooner than the deadline.

Voting deadline: May 2415

Description[?]:

Smoking will continue to be a part of our society, but it will be done outside, and not in my personal space. Also, promoting clean air for us to breath is not enough, we must enforce our beliefs, or else we are simply playing politics instead of being politicians, thus we must begin to restrict pollution.

Proposals

Debate

These messages have been posted to debate on this bill:

Date05:44:52, June 16, 2007 CET
FromLodamun Distributionist Party
ToDebating the Clean Air Act
MessageThe LDP can support Article 1. We do not believe that businesses can be relied on to favor enviornmental responsibility over profit, and sadly must therefore be restricted by law.

We support Article 2 in theory, but not in practice. While the spirit of this law is with the health and wellbeing of the Lodamese people, we are commited to the self-reliance of local governments.

We feel that these proposals may be more successful broken down individually.

Date08:33:47, June 16, 2007 CET
FromThe Unified Lodamun Party
ToDebating the Clean Air Act
MessageWhile the Unified Loduman Party agrees that it would be best if local governments had charge and power to eliminate hazzardous second hand smoking. We find that local governments very well may have more members who are against eliminating public smoking in some areas, and this poses problems. First of all, the people who do not want to have their rights to not die at the age of 29 of lung cancer could be outvoted by those who will smoke a million cigarettes in their life and still live to be 100. And it is unreasonable to ask these people to move simply because they live next to insensitve pricks. Secondly, if you live in one part of our country and in your part of the country you are permitted to smoke where ever you would like, and you travel to another part of the country where smoking is prohibited, how will you know. Do you expect the areas of the country where smoking is banned to post signs every fifteen feet to let the out of towners know the lifestyle change? Of course not, for that would be ridiculous. That would be as if I were to travel to a different part of the world where they drive on the oppositie side of the road, and the country I am visiting be forced to have signs telling me what their cultural norms are. Instead, we need a national stance in the name of health and safety as well as basic human rights.

Date09:09:37, June 16, 2007 CET
FromLodamun Distributionist Party
ToDebating the Clean Air Act
MessageOOC: That's exactly what we do in Ohio...and California...and New York.

Date11:03:30, June 16, 2007 CET
FromUnited Republics Party
ToDebating the Clean Air Act
MessageI understand the whole "clean air" concept, but these 2 proposals do not really work well together. I suggest separation.

Date14:27:03, June 16, 2007 CET
FromRadical Nationalist Party
ToDebating the Clean Air Act
MessageWe are currently undecided on this issue.

Date15:12:59, June 16, 2007 CET
FromLodamun Liberal-Conservative Party
ToDebating the Clean Air Act
MessageWe are currently undecided aswell - what will these pollution restrictions entail?

Date18:12:52, June 16, 2007 CET
FromThe Unified Lodamun Party
ToDebating the Clean Air Act
MessagePresently, our factories have no regulation whatsoever, and are permitted to burn any chemicals and waste into the air that they want to and have caused quite a smog effect in our cities. Also, they are permitted to dump waste into our water with no regard for our safety and health. This needs fixed.

Date18:37:20, June 16, 2007 CET
FromThe Unified Lodamun Party
ToDebating the Clean Air Act
MessageIf their is a majority that would rather this bill be split into two, it will be done, that or it will go to a vote as is.

Date18:38:43, June 16, 2007 CET
FromLodamun Distributionist Party
ToDebating the Clean Air Act
MessageWe advise splitting it.

Date23:09:45, June 16, 2007 CET
FromThe Unified Lodamun Party
ToDebating the Clean Air Act
MessageTHe Nationalist Party will begin to lose votes very fast as the water and air of our good country continue to be polluted by poisonous waste.

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Voting

Vote Seats
yes
      

Total Seats: 362

no
  

Total Seats: 237

abstain

    Total Seats: 0


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