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Governor Varavour
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« on: October 17, 2014, 11:33:24 pm »

This will be the thread for the 13th Legislative Council of the Pacific Region.

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« Reply #1 on: October 18, 2014, 12:40:56 pm »

Here's a start up bill I'm introducing...

Updating the Flag Act of 2014

1. The image above shall be made the new flag of the People's Region of the Pacific. It shall replace the old flag in all functions.

2. The symbolism of the flag shall be as follows:
-The 4 lines each represent one of the major rivers in the region (starting from the upper left and working counterclockwise): The Columbia, the Sacramento, the Colorado, and the Snake.
-The yellow shall represent the deserts of the region in the Southwest
-The green represents the evergreen forests of the Pacific Northwest and Alaska.
-The circle in the center represents the Pacific Ocean, the namesake of the region and the source connecting the lower and upper states.
-Each star represents a state in the Pacific, as does each root on the center tree.
-The 21 leaves represent the 21 separate administrations which have ran the region
-The tree as a whole symbolizes the Pioneer history of the region.
-The stars and tree are white to symbolize the snow capped peaks of the Rockies, which form our border to the east.

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