Bill: Food Sales Bill
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: May 2177
|A proposal to help to monitor food outlets, and to help in maintaining high standards of food safety within them.|
Old value:: Anyone may sell food, but shelf lives of foods are enforced.
Current: Anyone may sell food, but shelf lives of foods are enforced.
Proposed: Food may be sold by licensed vendors only, and shelf lives of foods are enforced.
These messages have been posted to debate on this bill:
|Date||16:13:21, January 26, 2006 CET||From||Socialist Ecology Party||To||Debating the Food Sales Bill|
|Message||If a citizen wants to fully "express" themselves, and the only way they could accomplish this is to sell food, yet they can't get a license, aren't you taking this form of "expression" away from them?|
|Date||22:21:51, January 26, 2006 CET||From||Corporatists for Quanzari||To||Debating the Food Sales Bill|
|Message||It is surprising that the people who claim to represent the fair citizens of Quanzari who vote against such a bill. Such a bill that presents the protection of the sanctity of the food that is sold. It is necessary that we place restrictions on who may sell such food. Selling food is not a form of expression; that is a joke. Selling food is an important business for which the people depend on the government for regulation. To me, the choice here is obvious.|
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