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Bill: Religious Advertising Act 3300


Submitted by[?]: Conservative 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: March 3301


Issue: Government policy towards evangelism and religious advertising.

Current Position: Religions are permitted to freely promote and advertise themselves.

Proposed Position: Religious organizations are not permitted to actively promote themselves or advertise, however envangelism is permitted by individuals.

Rationale: In this day or age, our TV's and Radios do not need to be cluttered with evangelists and their sometimes toxic speeches.



These messages have been posted to debate on this bill:

Date09:30:51, May 08, 2012 CET
FromAlorian Independence Party
ToDebating the Religious Advertising Act 3300
MessageAbsolutely not. This is undermining freedom of religion.

Date21:20:43, May 08, 2012 CET
FromAlorian Libertarian Party
ToDebating the Religious Advertising Act 3300
MessageWe quite agree with the Thatcherite Alliance. It seems to us that the Labour Party wishes to actively suppress religion until it is forced out of our society.

Date22:58:10, May 08, 2012 CET
FromLogical People of Aloria
ToDebating the Religious Advertising Act 3300
MessageAbsolutely not. This would upset the people more than it would please them, and they would spend so much time protesting that our economy and standard of living would fall.

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