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: "A free people ought not only to be armed and disciplined, but they should have sufficient arms and ammunition to maintain a status of independence from any who might attempt to abuse them, which would include their own government.� � George Washington|