Bill: Reduce Federalism!
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: July 2259
Old value:: Health care is entirely public and free; private clinics are banned.
Current: Health care is private, but is paid for by the state for people with low incomes.
Proposed: Health care is entirely private.
Old value:: The government introduces and actively regulates health and safety legislation in all areas of industry.
Current: The government recommends health and safety legislation, but they are not actively enforced on industry.
Proposed: The government recommends health and safety legislation, but they are not actively enforced on industry.
Proposal[?] to change The government's policy concerning museum funding.
Old value:: The government does not fund or manage museums. This is left to the private sector.
Current: The national government maintains a system of museums nationwide.
Proposed: The government leaves funding and operation of museums to local governments.
Old value:: Smoking is legal outdoors and in private homes and clubs, but illegal indoors in all places of employment.
Current: Smoking is legal everywhere, at the discretion of the property owner. However, service/employer property owners that allow smoking must provide a separate non-smoking section.
Proposed: Smoking regulations are to be determined by local governments.
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Total Seats: 312
Total Seats: 178
Total Seats: 110
|Random fact: All multiple-choice proposal values are symmetrically balanced. There is no wrong or right choice. One choice may bring you closer to the political center, another may bring you closer to an extreme. You have to make the consideration of what suits your party best.|
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