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« Reply #25 on: July 19, 2014, 07:45:48 am »
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The Let Us Have More Teachers Act

1. Section 4 of F.L. 52-12 The Atlasian Institute of Teachers Act is amended as follows:
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SECTION 4. LICENSING EXAMINATION

Teachers licenses shall be awarded on the basis of an National Teacher's Licensing Examination (NTLE). The exam shall be administered through the regional branches. The passing score on the NTLE shall be designed to not admit more than 75% of applicants.

Prospective teachers shall apply to their regional bureaus to take an NTLE on one of three levels: There will be Junior NTLEs (for teachers of kindergarten to sixth grade), Intermediate NTLEs (for teachers of sixth grade to eighth grade), and Senior NTLEs (for high school teachers). There will be two types of NTLEs at the Junior and Intermediate levels: One class of tests for foreign language teachers (with language-specific content for each test), and one common test for non-language teachers. At the senior level, tests will be completely subject-specific. Each examination shall be subject to yearly approval from the Department of Internal Affairs and the regional boards of education.

Broadly, the AIT will consider all regional curriculums to administer consolidated teaching proficiency tests. Each NTLE shall test the applicants’ familiarity with basic course concepts, conflict resolution techniques in the classroom, and sensitivity.

2. A Section 5 shall be added to F.L. 52-12 to read:
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SECTION 5: ALTERNATE METHODS OF LICENSURE

Each region shall retain the ability to provide for licensure of teachers practicing in the region through alternate or additional requirements and/or methods according the law of the respective region, and may recognize licensure acquired by other regions through such alternate means.


Mr President,
This bill has passed the senate.
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« Reply #26 on: July 20, 2014, 04:12:28 am »
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End Sports Profiteering Act of 2014
1. No sports stadiums shall be constructed on behalf of team owners or private individuals  with the use of federal governmental funds, effective upon the passage of this legislation.

Mr President,
This bill has passed the senate.
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« Reply #27 on: July 22, 2014, 12:46:28 pm »
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Wasn't there suppose to be a confirmation hearing for Snowstalker?
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« Reply #28 on: July 22, 2014, 12:56:17 pm »
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« Reply #29 on: July 24, 2014, 08:57:26 am »
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Mr President,
This bill has passed the senate:
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Sweet Sixteen Act of 2014

1. Effective 30 days upon the passage of this legislation, the legal age of majority in the Republic of Atlasia shall be reduced from eighteen to sixteen.

2. All applicable legal rights and privileges that come with reaching the age of majority are likewise to be applied to persons aged 16 and older effective 30 days upon the passage of this legislation.
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« Reply #30 on: July 24, 2014, 08:58:51 am »
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Ukrainian Technical, Economical and Civic Aid Act:

The Senate of Atlasia recognizes the need for further action to support the government and the people of Ukraine against Russian aggression, especially in economic terms. Therefore, the Senate hereby authorizes both an aid package in support of the people of Ukraine, and a series of measures in order to maintain this support in the most efficient way possible:

Section 1: Recovery of Assets:

1. The Secretary of External Affairs, in coordination with the Attorney General and the Secretary of Internal Affairs, shall assist, on an expedited basis as appropriate, the Government of Ukraine to identify, secure and recover assets linked to acts of corruption by Viktor Yanukovych, members of his family, or other former or current officials of the Government of Ukraine in any jurisdiction through appropriate programs.

Section 2: Democracy and Technical Assistance:

The Secretary of External Affairs shall, subject to the availability of appropriations, through Atlasian foreign relations and development agencies and through nongovernmental organizations:

1. Improve democratic governance, transparency, accountability, rule of law, and anti-corruption efforts in Ukraine, supporting efforts by the people and institutions of Ukraine to foster peace among the people and regions of the country, supporting the people and Government of Ukraine in preparing to conduct and contest free and fair elections, including through domestic and international election monitoring.
     1.1. A specific amount of money (see Section 4) is to be allocated to help Tatar minorities formerly living in Crimean to relocate to either Ukraine of the Republic of Atlasia (as specified by the Crimean Crisis Act of 2014), and support them in economic terms.
2. Assist in diversifying Ukraine's economy, trade, and energy supplies, including at the national,
regional, and local levels, with a special focus in achieving energy independence for Ukraine in regards to the Russian Federation, especially in light of the blatantly hostile rises in Russian prices for oil and natural gas for sale to the Government of Ukraine.

Section 3: Appropriations:

The Senate of Atlasia grants the following appropriations to accomplish the goals and directives listed on this Act:

4.1. The Senate appropriates $3 billion for the activities mentioned in Section 2.

4.2. An additional $2 billion shall be made available to the NGOs handling appropriations in the form of 30-year term interest-free loans, to be administrated by the Department of External Affairs, in order to facilitate the creation of Russian-dependence-reducing revenue-generating energy solutions.

4.3. Any NGOs receiving or handling appropriations listed before shall be selected by the Secretary of External Affairs while meeting the following criteria:

-The NGOs cannot be involved in any way to the Government of Ukraine and/or Ukrainian politicians, they cannot be involved in any way to the Government of Russia and/or Russian politicians and they cannot be associated with any kind of discrimination.

Mr President,
This bill has passed the senate,
Best regards,
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« Reply #31 on: July 24, 2014, 09:29:58 am »
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Fair Hiring Act of 2014

1.The Republic of Atlasia shall not, nor any regions or municipalities therein, abridge or restrict the right of unionized workers and businesses to establish a "hiring hall", defined in Clause 2 of this Act, method of hiring within a lawfully agreed-upon collective bargaining agreement. The aforementioned agreement may provide for the recruitment or employment of any or all new employees.

2. A hiring hall is defined as an an organization, under the auspices of a labor union, which has the responsibility of furnishing new recruits for employers who have a collective bargaining agreement with the union.

3 All hiring halls established shall be required by law to follow all existing civil rights and nondiscrimination law. Those found in violation of this provision shall be subject to all applicable penalties that would otherwise result in a non-hiring hall environment.

4. The provisions of this legislation shall take affect upon its passage.

Mr President,
This bill has passed the senate,
Best regards,
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« Reply #32 on: July 28, 2014, 02:06:30 pm »
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The Duke-Scott Educating The People Reform Bill: Part I

Section I
1. The following must be offered free of any additional charge by all public schools operating in the Republic of Atlasia:
A. Each school district shall provide easy access to a fully qualified nursing staff the size of which shall be based upon the size of the student body.
B. Each school district shall provide student access to at least one qualified child psychologist or other mental health professional.
C. On-site guidance counselors.
D. Lunch and breakfast options must be provided by schools for all students.
E. Schools will provide tutoring services for students.
F. Schools will make a good-faith effort to provide quality on-site daycare for students and faculty if there is a demand for the service.

Section II - WiFi Expansion
1. $11 billion will be appropriated to ensure that every public high school within any area subject to the jurisdiction of the Republic of Atlasia has total access to a high speed WiFi network.

Section III - Expanded Access to Computer Technology
1. All public schools lacking adequate technology including computers and projects shall be eligible for a federal grant not to exceed $50,000, with districts selecting the systems, software, and hardware most suitable to their needs.

Section IV - Textbooks
1. Each public school teacher will receive a $1000 grant for the selection of his or her own classroom textbooks.  These textbooks may be ordered upon approval of his or her district education board.

Section V: Financial Responsibility
1. The Atlasian Federal Government shall have full responsibility for funding the elements of this act. No school or school district will be held responsible for noncompliance with this bill due to a lack of funds.
2. No school or school district will be required to re-appropriate funds from other areas, or to raise taxes or fees, for the purpose of compliance with this act.
3. No school or school district shall in any case lose any funding required of the Federal government by prior law as a result of noncompliance with this act.


Mr President
This bill has passed the senate,
Best regards,
VP Windjammer
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