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« Reply #50 on: March 25, 2016, 12:10:09 am »
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Mr. President, this bill has passed the Senate:
Quote from: Executive Authority to Eliminate ISIS
1. The President shall be given the authority to seek and destroy ISIS elements within Atlasia with only constitutional limitations on power.
2. The President may authorize any kill-or-capture raid against ISIS targets abroad, regardless of national borders.
3. This legislation shall go into effect immediately and must be up for reauthorization on the twentieth of every month.

x Griff

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« Reply #51 on: April 01, 2016, 07:01:49 pm »
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Quote from: GRIFF-016
Rpryor03 is nominated as Secretary of Federal Elections.
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« Reply #52 on: April 10, 2016, 06:01:35 pm »
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Quote from: GRIFF-017
Pursuant to 10 U.S. Code 12406, the National Guards of Michigan, Ohio and Indiana are hereby federalized in order to counteract ISIS activity, suppress rebellion, restore order. From the Michigan National Guard, a contingent of 12,000 militia and reserve forces are hereby deployed to the Detroit metro area; from the Ohio National Guard, 7,000 to the Detroit metro area; from the Indiana National Guard, 3,000 to the Detroit metro area.

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« Reply #53 on: April 17, 2016, 06:05:04 pm »
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Mr. President, this bill has passed the Senate:
Quote from: Protection from Criminals Act
No unit of government receiving funding from the federal government shall permit a civil court to certify a lawsuit in which the claim was originated by a plaintiff's criminal activity.
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« Reply #54 on: April 22, 2016, 11:32:05 am »
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Mr. President:

Quote from: Present Employee Representation Act
Section 1: Once per decade following the effective date of this legislation, 50% of employees in a unionized workplace who were not employed/a member of the representing union at the time of workplace unionization may initiate a secret ballot vote to reauthorize or decertify the representing union.
Section 2: The right to campaign and participate in a referendum initiated under Section 1 of this Act shall be exclusive to the employees of the unionized workplace in question, and no person, board, committee, party, or other entity composed in whole or in part of persons not being both an employee of the affected workplace or a member of the affected union shall aid or support any campaign associated with said referendum.
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« Reply #55 on: April 22, 2016, 11:36:12 am »
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And another one:

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Education Reform Act

1. The National Needs in Labor Scholarship (hereafter NNIL Scholarship) shall be instituted for students pursuing academic, technical, or vocational education that will enable entry in one of the Top 25 Growth Professions, as identified in an annual report by the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
   a. Students who are currently high school seniors and live in a household with an annual gross taxable income of less than ($150,000 x number of children in the household) will be eligible.
   b. Eligible students may apply for NNIL Scholarships in one or more of these fields, but an individual student may only be selected for one. Space permitting, students selected for multiple scholarships may choose which one they will receive. Judging will occur based on relevant academics, extracurricular activities, work experience (if applicable), and an essay on their interest in the field.
   c. The amount of the NNIL Scholarship shall be $10,000 per annum or the cost of tuition for the school, whichever is less.
   d. The top 5,000 judged entrants for each field shall be awarded NNIL Scholarships. Where the number decreases below 5,000 due to entrants opting to receive other NNIL Scholarship awards or to decline the award, additional entrants shall be selected.

2. In order to retain the NNIL Scholarship in future years, the student must make satisfactory progress towards entry into the field.
   a. For technical education, this includes continued enrollment and progress in a program leading to a certificate necessary for entry in the field.
   b. For vocational education, this includes continued enrollment and progress in a relevant vocational program or apprenticeship under a recognized practitioner in the field.
   c. For academic education, this includes:
      i. Satisfactory academic progress
      ii. Declaration of a relevant major course of study within a reasonable timeframe depending on the structure of the program.
      iii. Obtaining an internship or other part-time employment in the field by the beginning of the student's third year in the program.

3. Students enrolled in an accredited institution of higher learning and who live in a household with an annual gross taxable income of less than ($150,000 x number of children in the household) will be eligible for loan interest relief.
   a. If a student earns grades in courses required for their declared or intended major that are at least one grade mark (i.e., one-third of a full letter) above the average for that major at that institution, then any federal loans disbursed to them for the following semester will be interest-free.
   b. If a student graduates at the end of the semester in which they earn grades qualifying for relief, then their loans will not accrue interest for the first six months after graduation.

4. All veterans shall have access to vocational, technical, or college education (of up to 5 years) free of charge.

5. $1 billion will be appropriated for the development of vocational programs at public and private universities in Atlasia.
   a. The funds shall be apportioned out on the basis of completeness of proposed programs, unavailability of other such programs in the relevant job market, and need for the relevant profession in said job market.
   b. Any programs set up using these funds must obtain accreditation from a proper authority in a reasonable timeframe. Failure to do so will require that the university pay the funds back to the Treasury.

6. The Republic of Atlasia shall allot an amount not to exceed $5 billion to promote the development of regional school voucher programs.
   a. The program shall be refunded on an annual basis by an equivalent amount indexed to inflation.
   b. The funds shall be disbursed among the regions:
      i. For the first year, based on the school-age population of those regions.
      ii. For subsequent years, based on annual interest and participation within the region. For a student to count as a participant, the student must be enrolled in a secular primary or secondary school accredited by a relevant authority and must be receiving school vouchers pursuant to the program in place with the region.
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« Reply #56 on: April 22, 2016, 10:17:39 pm »
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I've seen these and will take the appropriate actions shortly.
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« Reply #57 on: April 22, 2016, 10:37:51 pm »
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I've seen these and will take the appropriate actions shortly.
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« Reply #58 on: April 25, 2016, 02:55:36 am »
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Quote from: Protection from Criminals Act
No unit of government receiving funding from the federal government shall permit a civil court to certify a lawsuit in which the claim was originated by a plaintiff's criminal activity.

Assuming me sitting on it (can never remember if it's 7 or 10 days) hasn't led to its passage yet:

x Griff



Quote from: Present Employee Representation Act
Section 1: Once per decade following the effective date of this legislation, 50% of employees in a unionized workplace who were not employed/a member of the representing union at the time of workplace unionization may initiate a secret ballot vote to reauthorize or decertify the representing union.
Section 2: The right to campaign and participate in a referendum initiated under Section 1 of this Act shall be exclusive to the employees of the unionized workplace in question, and no person, board, committee, party, or other entity composed in whole or in part of persons not being both an employee of the affected workplace or a member of the affected union shall aid or support any campaign associated with said referendum.

VETO
(Did you guys forget there's still a Labor President, non-partisan love-fest or not?)



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Education Reform Act

1. The National Needs in Labor Scholarship (hereafter NNIL Scholarship) shall be instituted for students pursuing academic, technical, or vocational education that will enable entry in one of the Top 25 Growth Professions, as identified in an annual report by the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
   a. Students who are currently high school seniors and live in a household with an annual gross taxable income of less than ($150,000 x number of children in the household) will be eligible.
   b. Eligible students may apply for NNIL Scholarships in one or more of these fields, but an individual student may only be selected for one. Space permitting, students selected for multiple scholarships may choose which one they will receive. Judging will occur based on relevant academics, extracurricular activities, work experience (if applicable), and an essay on their interest in the field.
   c. The amount of the NNIL Scholarship shall be $10,000 per annum or the cost of tuition for the school, whichever is less.
   d. The top 5,000 judged entrants for each field shall be awarded NNIL Scholarships. Where the number decreases below 5,000 due to entrants opting to receive other NNIL Scholarship awards or to decline the award, additional entrants shall be selected.

2. In order to retain the NNIL Scholarship in future years, the student must make satisfactory progress towards entry into the field.
   a. For technical education, this includes continued enrollment and progress in a program leading to a certificate necessary for entry in the field.
   b. For vocational education, this includes continued enrollment and progress in a relevant vocational program or apprenticeship under a recognized practitioner in the field.
   c. For academic education, this includes:
      i. Satisfactory academic progress
      ii. Declaration of a relevant major course of study within a reasonable timeframe depending on the structure of the program.
      iii. Obtaining an internship or other part-time employment in the field by the beginning of the student's third year in the program.

3. Students enrolled in an accredited institution of higher learning and who live in a household with an annual gross taxable income of less than ($150,000 x number of children in the household) will be eligible for loan interest relief.
   a. If a student earns grades in courses required for their declared or intended major that are at least one grade mark (i.e., one-third of a full letter) above the average for that major at that institution, then any federal loans disbursed to them for the following semester will be interest-free.
   b. If a student graduates at the end of the semester in which they earn grades qualifying for relief, then their loans will not accrue interest for the first six months after graduation.

4. All veterans shall have access to vocational, technical, or college education (of up to 5 years) free of charge.

5. $1 billion will be appropriated for the development of vocational programs at public and private universities in Atlasia.
   a. The funds shall be apportioned out on the basis of completeness of proposed programs, unavailability of other such programs in the relevant job market, and need for the relevant profession in said job market.
   b. Any programs set up using these funds must obtain accreditation from a proper authority in a reasonable timeframe. Failure to do so will require that the university pay the funds back to the Treasury.

6. The Republic of Atlasia shall allot an amount not to exceed $5 billion to promote the development of regional school voucher programs.
   a. The program shall be refunded on an annual basis by an equivalent amount indexed to inflation.
   b. The funds shall be disbursed among the regions:
      i. For the first year, based on the school-age population of those regions.
      ii. For subsequent years, based on annual interest and participation within the region. For a student to count as a participant, the student must be enrolled in a secular primary or secondary school accredited by a relevant authority and must be receiving school vouchers pursuant to the program in place with the region.

x Griff
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