Bill: Senate Resolution 232: Fiscally Responsible Ecology Act
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: January 3077
|SR 232: FREA|
Old value:: There is a national agency which owns and manages all forest land.
Current: Local governments may set up forestry agencies. Where they do not, forestry is on a commercial basis.
Proposed: There is a national agency which owns all forests, but subcontracts the work to private companies.
Old value:: The government enforces moderate pollution restrictions.
Current: Industrial pollution is not regulated by the government.
Proposed: The government provides pollution prevention guidelines, but does not enforce them.
Old value:: The government requires tree plantation at higher than replacement levels for all logging or clearance operations.
Current: The government discourages tree plantation.
Proposed: The government requires tree plantation at replacement level for all logging or clearance operations.
Old value:: The government sets a single standard to ensure all tap water is drinkable.
Current: The government does not regulate the quality of drinking water.
Proposed: The government sets a range of standards dependant on water usage. (grey water regulation, etc.)
Old value:: Commercial whaling is legal, but the government establishes whaling quotas.
Current: Local governments decide about whaling.
Proposed: Commercial whaling is legal and not subject to restrictions.
These messages have been posted to debate on this bill:
|Date||20:25:13, February 14, 2011 CET||From||Federal Independent Party||To||Debating the Senate Resolution 232: Fiscally Responsible Ecology Act|
|Message||To support the businesses of Solentia and retain a solid environmental situation, we introduce this legislation. Environmental laws in this nation are over empowered and prohibit a strong business infrastructure, which ultimately hurts the working class.|
FIP Minority Leader Jay Thesmond
|Date||20:49:11, February 14, 2011 CET||From||States' Rights Democratic Party||To||Debating the Senate Resolution 232: Fiscally Responsible Ecology Act|
|Message||"We are glad to see the FIP is showing sympathy for the business community"|
NCP Secondary Chairman
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