Bill: More Proposals
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: September 4270
Old value:: The legality of gambling is a matter of local governments.
Current: Gambling is legal across the nation, no regulation whatsoever.
Proposed: Gambling is legal, but only in private homes and casinos with special licences.
Proposal[?] to change Central Bank oversight and regulation (if a central bank exists)
Old value:: The central bank is underneath the direct oversight of the Ministry of Finance.
Current: The central bank is an entirely independent agency of the government.
Proposed: The central bank is an entirely independent agency of the government.
Proposal[?] to change Government law concerning the sales of recreational drugs.
Old value:: The government is entirely responsible for the controlled sales of recreational drugs through operating stores and other locations.
Current: Sales of recreational drugs is completely unregulated.
Proposed: Sales of recreational drugs is completely unregulated.
Old value:: Local governments decide on salary cap laws.
Current: The government has no stance on a salary cap.
Proposed: The government has no stance on a salary cap.
Old value:: 18
Old value:: Selective schools are allowed.
Current: Local governments decide policy regarding selective schools.
Proposed: Selective schools are not allowed.
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