Bill: Act of Restorative Balances of 2625
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: March 2626
|To enable our people and their localities to choose for themselves what they see fit.|
Old value:: Any legal weapon may be concealed when carried.
Current: Local governments may set and enforce concealed carry laws.
Proposed: Local governments may set and enforce concealed carry laws.
Old value:: There are no laws with regards to public nudity, it is allowed.
Current: Public nudity is illegal and prosecuted as a civil offence.
Proposed: Public nudity laws are left to local governments.
Old value:: Public transport is fully user-pays.
Current: Local governments decide upon the funding policy.
Proposed: Local governments decide upon the funding policy.
Old value:: The government does not intervene with regard to the replantation of trees.
Current: The government requires tree plantation at higher than replacement levels for all logging or clearance operations.
Proposed: Local governments may set plantation policy.
Proposal[?] to change The government's policy regarding the keeping of wild animals as pets.
Old value:: All wild animals may be kept as pets, without any restrictions or precautions whatsoever.
Current: This matter is left up to the local governments.
Proposed: This matter is left up to the local governments.
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|Random fact: Once approved, players should copy Cultural Protocols into a bill in the debate section of their nation page, under the title of "OOC: Cultural Protocols". This bill should include links to the actual Cultural Protocols bill which was approved by Moderation, the Game Rules and the Cultural Protocols Index.|
|Random quote: "Ask the experimenters why they experiment on animals, and the answer is: "Because the animals are like us." Ask the experimenters why it is morally okay to experiment on animals, and the answer is: "Because the animals are not like us." Animal experimentation rests on a logical contradiction." - Charles R. Magel|