Bill: Agriculture Act 3353
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: June 3354
|to provide the resources of our country much fairer|
Proposal[?] to change Government agricultural and farming subsidies policy.
Old value:: Agricultural crops which are considered beneficial to the enviroment or to the continued ecological safety of the state are subsidized.
Current: Agricultural crops which are considered beneficial to the enviroment or to the continued ecological safety of the state are subsidized.
Proposed: The government subsidises the operations of low-income farming families.
Old value:: Farm size regulations are determined by local governments.
Current: Farms that grow too large are broken up and the land redistributed.
Proposed: Farms that grow too large are broken up and the land redistributed.
Old value:: The government establishes fishing quotas.
Current: The government establishes fishing quotas.
Proposed: Commercial fishing is completely banned
These messages have been posted to debate on this bill:
|Date||00:07:35, August 23, 2012 CET||From||FSD Party||To||Debating the Agriculture Act 3353|
|Message||We support Article 1, but due to articles 2 and 3 we must vote no at this time, we would vote through a bill with just article 1 in it at a future date though.|
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