Bill: Local Morals 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: February 2244
|This proposal would allow local governments to set policy on matters generally concering morals matters, specifically recreational and industrial drug use, gambling and prostitution.|
Old value:: Gambling is legal across the nation, no regulation whatsoever.
Current: Gambling is legal, but only in private homes and casinos with special licences.
Proposed: The legality of gambling is a matter of local governments.
Old value:: There are no regulations on industrial hemp.
Current: Only regulated agribusinesses may produce industrial hemp.
Proposed: Industrial hemp regulations are left up to local governments.
Old value:: Cannabis is legal as a sedative for patients in pain.
Current: Cannabis is legal as a sedative for patients in pain.
Proposed: The legality of medicinal cannabis is established by local governments.
Proposal[?] to change The right for a person to prostitute himself or herself.
Old value:: Prostitution is illegal.
Current: Prostitution is legal and a recognized profession.
Proposed: Prostitution regulation decisions are left up to local governments.
Old value:: Sexual intercourse is illegal in public.
Current: There are no laws regarding obscene public acts.
Proposed: Local governments may regulate laws on public acts of affection and obscenity.
Old value:: All naturally occurring drugs are legal.
Current: All naturally occurring drugs are legal.
Proposed: Recreational drug use is regulated by local governments.
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|Random quote: "You will win, but you will not convince. You will win, because you possess more than enough brute force, but you will not convince, because to convince means to persuade. And in order to persuade you would need what you lack — reason and right in the struggle." � Miguel de Unamuno, Basque writer|