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Bill: Schools Act

Details

Submitted by[?]: Paleofederalist Party

Status[?]: defeated

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: February 2940

Description[?]:

Common flipping sense.

Proposals

Debate

These messages have been posted to debate on this bill:

Date03:57:48, May 17, 2010 CET
FromLibertarian Party of Darnussia
ToDebating the Schools Act
Messageabstain ...

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Voting

Vote Seats
yes
   

Total Seats: 80

no
    

Total Seats: 112

abstain
 

Total Seats: 23


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