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« Reply #25 on: March 22, 2017, 08:52:58 pm »
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Quote from: executive order 009
Executive Action
To grant voting rights to those who have been disenfranchised
Any person who has been prosecuted for a felony and has fully served their sentence may register and  vote in any and all federal elections 2 years after they have fully finished their sentence. They may also run for any federal political office 5 years after they have fully finished their sentence.

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« Reply #26 on: March 25, 2017, 07:51:12 pm »
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seda tutkhalyan is hereby pardoned from any and all crimes despite her bad (or sick?) Olympic performance
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« Reply #27 on: March 26, 2017, 02:59:22 am »
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A House Bill
To bring to an end the longstanding Cuban embargo policy and to condemn the civil rights abuses of the Cuban regime

Be it enacted in both Houses of Congress Assembled,

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Ending the Embargo of Cuba Act (EECA)

1. The Helms-Burton Act (1996) and the Cuban Democracy Act are hereby repealed.

2. The travel ban on Atlasian citizens travelling to Cuba is hereby lifted.

3. The Republic of Atlasia hereby declares its condemnation of the repeated extrajudicial killings, kidnapping and imprisonment of cuban dissidents. The Republic of Atlasia will continue its support for free and fair elections in Cuba, and urges the Cuban Government to begin the transition to democracy.

4. $50 million are hereby allocated to create an embassy in Cuba
Atlasian Regional Senate
Passed 6-0 in the Atlasian Senate assembled
Be it resolved, X Senator PiT, PPT

Atlasian People's House of Representative
Passed 7-0 in the Atlasian house Assembled,


President of Congress:

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« Reply #28 on: March 29, 2017, 06:59:05 pm »
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Employees Rights Act
Section 1: Working Hours and Breaks
1. Employees, over the age of majority, shall work a maximum of forty-five (45) hours per week.
  a. Employees shall be able to opt out of this limit.
  b. Employees that are over the age of fourteen (14), but under the age of majority, shall work a maximum of thirty (30) hours per week.
  c. This limit shall be calculated as an average over the previous twelve (12) weeks.
2. Employees shall work for no more than twelve (12) hours in a single twenty-four (24) hour period.
3. Employees shall be entitled to a half-hour (30 minute) break for every six (6) hours worked.
4. Employees shall be entitled to a twenty-four (24) hour consecutive period break every week, or a forty-eight (48) hour consecutive period break every fortnight.

Section 2: Holiday and Pay
1. Employees working full-time shall be entitled to a minimum of one (1) hour paid holiday for every fourteen (14) hours worked, in addition to public holidays.
2. Employees shall be paid their hourly rate, or hourly rate equivalent, for holiday.
  a. If the employee is paid based on a monthly salary, the hourly rate equivalent shall be the average monthly pay over the previous three (3) months divided by the average number of hours worked over the previous three (3) months.
3. Employees shall not be under any requirement to use their full allocation of holiday.
4. Employers shall are not required to carry holiday over to the next twelve month period or to pay employees an equivalent amount if they do not use all of their allocated holiday.

Section 3: Overtime
1. Overtime shall be defined as any time worked, in addition to contracted hours.
2. Any overtime that is compulsory for the employee to attend shall be listed in their contract.
  a. This overtime, on top of their standard hours, shall be exceed the number of hours listed in Section 1, Clause 1 of this act.
  b. The employee shall be paid their hourly wage, or hourly wage equivalent (as defined in Section 2, Clause 2a) plus a minimum 50% bonus for each overtime hour worked, for this overtime.
3. Any overtime that is voluntary for the employee shall not be subject to Section 3, Clause 2a or 2b.

Section 4: Part-Time Workers
1. Part-Time workers shall be defined as a person that works twenty-eight (28) or fewer hours per week.
2. Part-Time workers shall not be treated any less favourably by a company than Full-Time workers.
  a. Part-Time workers shall receive the same hourly wage as a Full-Time equivalent doing the same role.
  b. Part-Time workers shall not be excluded from training tasks or other benefits that are offered to Full-Time workers.
  c. Part-Time workers shall receive holidays in accordance to Section 2 of this act.

Section 5: Disabled Workers
1. Disabled Workers shall be treated equally within the workplace.
2. Employers shall do everything in their power to make a role available for disabled workers.
  a. Employers shall offer all disabled workers an interview for any role that they apply for.
  b. Employers shall make reasonable adjustments for disabled workers to ensure that they are not disadvantaged in the workplace.

Section 6: Monitoring of employees
1. Employers shall be allowed to monitor employees in the workplace.
2. Employers shall tell all employees about the monitoring process that take place in their workplace.
3. Monitoring of employees shall not be excessive and should be justifiable.
4. Information collected through monitoring shall be kept secure by the employer.
5. Ways the employers shall be allowed to monitor employees include, but are not limited to:
  a. Bag searches.
  b. CCTV.
  c. Monitoring of internet usage, email and telephone calls on equipment owned by the employer.
6. Employees shall be made aware of the locations of every CCTV camera in their premise.
7. Convert monitoring shall be allowed
  a. if the employee is under investigation, and
  b. if the employer has a suitable reason for the investigation.

Section 7: Self-employed workers
1. This act shall not apply to self-employed workers.

Section 8: Opt-outs
1. Companies or organizations ("groups") may apply to opt-out of this act.
2. These groups shall be approved by the Atlasian Department of Labor.
3. Federal and Regional Departments, the Security Services and the Military shall not be subject to these regulations.

Section 9: Implimentation
1. This act shall go into law immediately.

Atlasian People's House of Representatives
Passed 6-0 in the Atlasian House Assembled,
x Speaker NeverAgain

Atlasian Regional Senate
Passed 3-0-1 in the Atlasian Senate Assembled,
Be it resolved, X Senator PiT, PPT

President of Congress:



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Fair Juror Pay Act:

1. This act amends the Judicial Improvement Act of 1990. Jurors will be paid a per diem fee for actual attendance equivalent to the Federal minimum wage for each hour of attendance.

2. Should a trial exceed 10 days, the attendance fee may be increased by up to $5 an hour at the discretion of the presiding judge.

3. This act will go into effect immediately upon the President's signature.

Atlasian People's House of Representatives
Passed 3-1 in the Atlasian House Assembled,
x Speaker NeverAgain

Atlasian Regional Senate
Passed 5-0 in the Atlasian Senate Assembled,
Be it resolved, X Senator PiT, PPT

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House Bill
To end the status of Columbus Day as a Federal Holiday, replace it with a holiday honoring Indigenous Peoples, and also to make Election day a Federal Holiday

Be it enacted in both Houses of Congress Assembled,

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Federal Electoral Holiday Act

Section I. Purpose and Meaning

Columbus Day is hereby abolished as a Federal Holiday. Instead, on the date of October 9th, the Federal Government shall recognize the Indigenous Peoples of Atlasia through a yearly resolution honoring their contributions to the lands, and recognizing their unjust deaths at the hands of colonists.

All dates where Federal Elections are held are hereby established as Federal Holidays. Citizens are hereby granted the right to miss up to 4 (four) hours of a work day in order to vote. Employers shall not infringe upon this right by punishment of legal action taken by individual states or regions.

Section II. Enactment

I. This legislation shall be enacted immediately upon passage.

Atlasian Regional Senate
Passed 6-0 in the Atlasian Senate assembled
Be it resolved, X Senator PiT, PPT

Atlasian People's House of Representatives
Passed 6-0 in the Atlasian House Assembled,


President of Congress:

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« Reply #29 on: April 20, 2017, 03:00:51 pm »
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To provide greater resources for the care and protection of those suffering from mental disorders

To provide greater resources for the care and protection of those suffering from mental disorders

Be it enacted in both Houses of Congress Assembled,

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Support Victims of Mental Disorders Act

SECTION 1. PROTECTION

1. No business in Atlasia shall deny service to a legally competent person on the basis of their mental disorder.
2. Employees suffering from a mental disorder are protected from loss of employment due to their mental disorder as long as a certified psychologist or psychiatrist has not detected a general incapacity for work due to the mental disorder.
3. Students and pupils suffering from a mental disorder are protected from sanctions which penalizes misbehavior caused by their mental disorder.
3.1. An exception of this rule is an expulsion from school or college if a certified psychologist or has detected a general incapacity to visit the specific institution due to the student's or the pupil's mental disorder.
3.2. The evaluation whether the misbehavior is caused by a mental disorder or not has to be done by a certified psychologist or psychiatrist.

SECTION 2. ASSISTANCE

1. 9-1-1 emergency dispatch offices shall accept emergency calls concerning threats for suicide and suicidal thoughts. The calls shall be forwarded to an external emergency hotline.
2. The price for prescribed drugs against mental disorders shall never be higher than 2% of the patient's or, if underage, the patient's parents' monthly income.
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2. Assistance will be provided to the Regional Gov'ts for implementation and maintenance of Section 2.1, from the funds already allocated to the Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services agency, within the Department of Internal Affairs.            
          a. All such funding will be monitored and audited by the agency every six months
          b. Failure to comply with basically guidelines will result in the region losing said funding.

SECTION 3. INFORMATION

1. All high school students shall be informed at least once in their their school career about the most common mental disorders.
2. Non-profit-making associations that inform about mental illnesses shall have the right to request funding by the regional government.
3. During their education, teachers shall be prepared for the interaction with students suffering from a mental disorder.
4. The 21st of January shall hereby be declared as the “Mental Disorder Awareness Day.”

Atlasian People's House of Representatives
Passed 7-0 in the Atlasian House Assembled,


Atlasian Regional Senate
Passed 5-0 in the Atlasian Senate Assembled,
Be it resolved, X Senator PiT, PPT

President of Congress:

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« Reply #30 on: April 20, 2017, 03:09:57 pm »
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Today is 4/20, a day that can now be celebrated in Atlasia due to the fact that we have decriminalized weed. However, I am not satisfied with the progress we have made on the civil liberties front yet, I am instructing Attorney General Harry S Truman to make cocaine related crimes the lowest possible priority (which will essentially decriminalize it). I wish I could go further then just unofficially decriminalizing it, but it is not within my powers. I will be introducing a bill to decriminalize cocaine, and other drugs, soon to the Senate and/or House, regardless of which parties win this weekend's elections.

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« Reply #31 on: April 20, 2017, 06:13:34 pm »
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Pursuant to the Safeguarding our Institutions Act, Peebs cannot serve as Secretary of Federal Elections due to being a candidate in the House elections this weekend. Therefore, Rpryor is hereby appointed to be Emergency Elections Administrator for these House Elections.

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« Reply #32 on: April 25, 2017, 08:33:12 pm »
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Quote from: executive order 010
Executive Action
To appoint a new National Archivist to be confirmed by the Senate

DrewMike is hereby appointed to fill the National Archivist position vacated by Senator Scott


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