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: April 4000
Proposal[?] to change The government's policy concerning biological and chemical weaponry.
Old value:: The nation reserves the right to develop, construct and store biological and chemical weapons.
Current: The nation shall never purchase, produce, or store biological or chemical weaponry, for military purposes. Research and development of the technology is permitted.
Proposed: The nation shall never develop, purchase or store biological or chemical weaponry.
Old value:: The nation reserves the right to use chemical or biological weapons in warfare for any reason.
Current: The nation shall never use chemical or biological weaponry in warfare.
Proposed: The nation shall never use chemical or biological weaponry in warfare.
Old value:: Homosexuality is not tolerated in the military. The military actively seeks to remove homosexuals from it.
Current: Homosexuality is allowed in the military.
Proposed: Homosexuality is allowed in the military.
Old value:: The nation reserves the right to nuclear weapons in retaliation to a nuclear, chemical or biological attack.
Current: The nation reserves the right to use nuclear weapons in warfare for any reason.
Proposed: The nation shall never use nuclear weapons in warfare.
Old value:: The government allows arms to be sold only to close allies.
Current: The government allows conventional arms to be exported freely.
Proposed: The government does not allow arms to be exported.
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