Bill: The Infrastructure & Welfare 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: December 3918
Old value:: Child benefit policies are left to local governments.
Current: The state guarantees child benefit to all families.
Proposed: The state guarantees child benefit to families classified as low-income or poor.
Old value:: This is left to local governments.
Current: This is left to local governments.
Proposed: All highway projects are undertaken by contracted firms.
Old value:: Housing policy is to be determined by local governments.
Current: The state provides public housing to low-income families.
Proposed: All housing is privately-owned.
Old value:: invalid choice
Current: Everyone is allowed to reside permanently in this nation.
Proposed: Everyone is allowed to reside permanently in this nation.
These messages have been posted to debate on this bill:
|Date||20:38:08, October 06, 2015 CET||From||National People's Front (NPF)||To||Debating the The Infrastructure & Welfare Act|
|Message||Articles 1-3 are basics, I expect no big opposition from.|
Article 4 is currently discriminatory, limiting immigration based on nationality should not be a Alorian Policy. We should be a nation that accepts all if they pass citizenship tests.
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