This page contains information about the Liberal-Democratic Party.
This party is inactive.
This party is not part of the national cabinet.
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You can view the party's proposed bills here.
This party has to vote on the following bills:
This is the voting[?] record of the Liberal-Democratic Party.
|Bill||Created||Voting started||Vote||Bill Status||Result|
|Police firearms||January 2458||January 2458||passed|
|Gated communities||January 2458||January 2458||passed|
|Change the policy of industrial hemp||January 2458||January 2458||passed|
|Free our children!||January 2458||January 2458||defeated|
|Free banking!||January 2458||January 2458||defeated|
|Change in advertising policy||January 2458||January 2458||passed|
|Change on government stance on vaccinations||January 2458||January 2458||passed|
|Lowering the luxury tax||January 2458||January 2458||defeated|
|National Sport Revision Act||December 2457||September 2458||passed|
|Smoker's Rights Act II||November 2457||November 2457||passed|
|Cabinet Proposal of November 2457||November 2457||November 2457||defeated|
|Ecology Centralization||August 2457||February 2458||passed|
|Cabinet Proposal of August 2457||August 2457||August 2457||defeated|
|Live Longer - Work Longer||February 2457||July 2458||passed|
|First Strike Act||October 2456||November 2456||passed|
|Give the power to decide about charter schools to local governments.||July 2456||July 2456||passed|
|Allow private higher education||July 2456||July 2456||passed|
|Make secondary strike action illegal.||July 2456||July 2456||passed|
|Abolish sales tax on luxury goods||July 2456||July 2456||defeated|
|Gambling law change||July 2456||July 2456||passed|
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