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« Reply #1775 on: October 15, 2015, 03:45:10 pm »

Industrial Labor Relations Decentralization Bill

1. The Collective Bargaining Modernization Act of 2014 is hereby repealed.
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« Reply #1776 on: October 20, 2015, 07:58:58 pm »

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Let's Develop Atlasia's Economy! Act
1. Upon passage, there shall be levied a duty on all goods imported from the nations of China, Russia, and South America. This duty will be 15%.
2. Upon passage, there shall be levied a duty on all goods imported from any foreign nation. This duty will be 10%.
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« Reply #1777 on: October 25, 2015, 10:07:23 pm »

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Student Loan (Interest and Repayment) Reform Act No. 2 of 2015

Section 1.  Beginning with federal student loans issued from July 1, 2016, the federal government shall charge an interest rate of 0.00% on all loans granted.

Section 2.  The interest rate charged to all student loans currently disbursed by the federal government shall be reduced to 0.00%.

Section 3. 
(a) Loan repayment on all loans currently disbursed by the federal government shall be suspended from the date of enactment of this Act until January 1, 2016. 
(b) The Department of Education is directed to ascertain from all loan holders their present state of employment and annual income. 
(c) Beginning January 1, 2016, loan repayment shall resume for all loan holders who have been determined to hold full-time employment and have a minimum annual salary of $40,000.
(d) All other loan holders shall be granted a grace period until they are determined to meet the conditions in Section 3(c).

Section 4.  For all federal student loans disbursed on or after July 1, 2016, a grace period shall be applied to all repayments until the individual loan holder is determined to hold full-time employment and have a minimum annual salary of $40,000.

Section 5.  All loans that have been payed in good standing by a loan holder shall have their remaining total forgiven after a repayment period of fifteen years.

Section 6. The enactment date of this Act's provisions shall be as follows:
(a) Sections 1 and 4 -- The date of this Act coming into law.
(b) Section 2 -- Sixty days after the coming of this Act into law.
(c) Section 3 -- Fifteen days after the coming of this Act into law.
(d) Section 5 -- Sixty days after the coming of this Act into law.
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« Reply #1778 on: October 25, 2015, 10:21:49 pm »

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A Resolution

Noting the dramatic and dangerous impact of man-made climate change and the need for bold, international leadership to tackle global warming.

Whereas, the Senate of Atlasia finds that man-made climate change poses a significant global threat to humanity and society;

Whereas, the Senate finds that multi-lateral action on an international scale is crucial to finding a workable solution to combating the both the causes and effects of global warming;

And Whereas, the Senate finds that the upcoming 2015 United Nations Climate Change Conference to be held in Paris, France, provides a unique opportunity to find such a solution and that it is in the national interest of Atlasia to provide global leadership;

Resolves to
(1) Endorse a strong and effective global agreement to tackle climate change at the Paris Conference;
(2) Advise the President to consult with the regional governors to establish a broad and bold consensus for action;
(3) Advise the President to attend in person the Paris Conference and demonstrate global leadership on the issue of climate change;
(4) And requests that any such agreement be presented to the Senate for its advice and consent.
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« Reply #1779 on: October 26, 2015, 06:01:46 pm »

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Amendment to the Criminal Justice (Reform) Act
Section 2, clause 8 of the Criminal Justice (Reform) Act is hereby amended as follows:

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8. Impersonation of a Public Official. This offence shall be defined as the performance of the duties of a cabinet official, deputy cabinet official, or other member of the federal government without proper promotion, appointment, or election.
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« Reply #1780 on: October 28, 2015, 12:46:22 pm »

Let's get this process started.  I am simply introducing the 2015 federal budget as a starting point.

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Appropriations and Budget Act (FY 2016)

REVENUE

Income Taxes (By Tax Bracket)
$35K-80K (22%): $232.8 B
$80K-170K (28%): $277.7 B
$170K-368K (35%): $254.5 B
$368K-1M (40%): $232.0 B
$1M+ (60%): $553 B
Income Tax Revenues: $1550.0 B

Corporate Taxes (By Tax Bracket)
$100K-1M (10%): $90.9 B
$1M-10M (15%): $28.6 B
$10M+ (25%): $272.5 B                                 
Corporate Tax Revenues: $392.0 b

Healthcare Taxes
Healthcare Payroll Tax (8.0%) (CSSRA Sec.4): $871.3 B
Health Insurance Tax (ANHA Sec.2c): $10.7 B               
Healthcare Tax Revenues: $882.0 B

Excise Taxes      
Gasoline Tax (20 cents/gallon): $28.272 B
Cigarette and Tobacco Tax ($0.43/pack, plus 2% or 4% for various products)* : $6.5 B
Alcohol Tax (various rates per unit, plus 4% tax)*: $11.0 B
Marijuana Tax ($2/pack cigarettes plus 20% on all products)*: $ 16.7 B
Firearms Tax (Firearms and Mental Health Tax of 2013): $4.99 B
*(National Sin Tax Act, as amended, and Consolidated Marijuana Regulation Act)
Excise Tax Revenues: $67.46 B

Carbon Taxes ($25-30/ton)
Domestic: $126.4 B
Carbon Import Tax: $18.7 B
Carbon Tax Revenues: $156.6 B

Financial Transaction Tax: (0.5 % on each stock and similar transactions)
Financial Tax Revenues: $158.7 B

Estate Taxes
Estate Tax Revenues: $43.4 B
   
Special Program Taxes      
Plastic Bag Tax (Environmental Fund): $4.7 B
Chain Business Differential Tax (SBA Fund): $31.4 B
Oil Spill Protection Tax (5% on profits > $1B): $7.1 B
Electrical Power Transmission Network Tax (0.65 c/kW-h): $23.2 B
Special Program Tax Revenues: $67.3 B

National Broadcaster Levy
Individual (0.25% > $50K): $13.8 B
Corporate (0.5% > $350K): $4.7 B
NBL Revenues: $18.5 B

Miscellaneous Taxes
Customs Duties: $58.4 B
Other Revenue (Sales, Earnings, Fees, Etc.): $79.0 B   
Go Green Fund (Returned to general fund; Omnibus Green Energy Act): $21.5 B
Miscellaneous Tax Revenues: $158.9 B

REVENUE: $3494.86 B      


SPENDING               

TAX CREDITS

Earned Income Tax Credit: $46.3 B
Jobs Now Act of 2012 Credits: $8.06 B
Total Tax Credits: $54.36 B

DIRECT SPENDING

Military Spending
Military personnel: $105.0 B
Operation and maintenance: $120.06 B
Procurement: $60.0 B
Research, development, test and evaluation: $55.0 B
Military Construction, Family Housing and Other: $15.25 B
Atomic Energy Defense Activities: $18.29 B
Defense Related activities: $4.00 B
Military Spending Expenditures: $380 B

Military Retirement
Military retirement: $45.0 B
Income security for veterans: $40.0 B
Veterans education, training, and rehabilitation: $18.0 B
Veterans mental health resources: $8.0 B
Hospital and medical care for veterans and retired military: $50.0 B
Housing and other veterans benefits and services: $5.0 B
Military Retirement Expenditures: $166 B

International Affairs
International development and humanitarian assistance: $18.0 B
International military aid: $5.0 B
Conduct of foreign affairs: $6.0 B
Foreign information and exchange activities: $2.0 B
Central Intelligence Agency: $30.0 B
International Affairs Expenditures: $56.0 B

General Science, Space, and Technology
National Science Foundation programs: $11.0 B
Department of Energy general science programs: $4.5 B
Space flight, research, and supporting activities: $30.0 B
Nuclear Cleanup/Containment (Comprehensive Protection of Nuclear Power Act): $2.5 B
General Science, Space and Technology Expenditures: $43.0 B

Non-Defense Energy Spending
Energy supply: $1.0 B
Energy conservation and preparedness: $1.0 B
Energy information, preparedness, & regulation: $0.4 B
Smart Grid development (the Smart Grid Electrical Distribution Act): $20.0 B
Coverage and Rate Protection (Electricity Fairness Act): $10.0 B
Non-Defense Energy Spending Expenditures: $31.4 B

Natural Resources and Environment
Water resources: $5.4 B
Conservation and land management: $9.0 B
Recreational & Park resources: $3.0 B
Pollution control and abatement: $2.0 B
Environmental Fund from plastic bag tax: $4.9 B
Other natural resources: $5.0 B
Oil Spill Protection Fund (Oil Spill Protection Act): $7.2 B
National Foresty Association (Forest Restoration Act of 2013): $0.75 B
Natural Resources and Environment Expenditures: $43.6 B

Agriculture
Farm income stabilization & crop insurance: $4.3 B
Agricultural research and services: $3.5 B
Worker Co-operative Loan Assistance (Worker Co-operative Pilot Program): $1.0 B
Agriculture Expenditures: $8.8 B

Commerce and Housing Loan Programs
Federal Housing Loan Programs: $-4.28 B
Postal service: $1.95 B
Deposit insurance: $-0.96 B
Universal service fund: $7.96 B
Other advancement of commerce: $1.93 B
Commerce and Housing Loan Programs Expenditures: $6.6 B

Transportation
Highways and highway safety: $25.7 B
High speed rail (Transportation Infrastructure Investment Act): $19.5 B
Other Mass transit: $10.0 B
Railroads: $3 B
Coast Guard: $8.00 B
Air Transportation: $8.0 B
Water transportation: $5.0 B
Other transportation: $0.42 B
Transportation Expenditures: $79.62 B

Community and Regional Development
Community development: $6.0 B
Area and regional development: $8.0 B
Disaster relief and insurance: $10.15 B
Homeless Shelter Emergency Housing: $2.5 B
FEMA: $5.0 B
Community and Regional Development Expenditures: $31.65 B

Education
Elementary, Secondary & Vocational education: $68.0 B
Higher education: $35.0 B
Research and general education: $3.39 B
The Duke-Scott Educating the People Reform: $30 B
The Atlasian Universal Education Bill: $5.0B
Education Expenditures: $141.39 B

Training, Labor and Unemployment
Training and employment: $8.0 B
Labor law, statistics, and other administration: $1.6 B
Unemployment Insurance (CSSRA Sec. 5): $87.28 B
Training, Labor and Unemployment Expenditures: $96.6 B

Atlasian National Healthcare
IDS Community Health Partnership: $ B 235.0
ME Community Health Partnership: $ B 265.0
MW Community Health Partnership: $ B 115.0
NE Community Health Partnership: $ B 195.0
PA Community Health Partnership: $ B 170.0
Central Administration Costs: $ B 20.0
Atlasian National Healthcare Expenditures: $1000 B

Non-ANH Health Spending
Disease control, public health and bioterrorism: $4.7 B
Health research and training: $29.36 B
Food safety and occupational health and safety: $3.01 B
Drug abuse treatment (Consolidated Marijuana Regulation Act): $1.74 B
Regional Mental Health Fund (Firearms & Mental Health Act of 2013): $4.86 B
Center for Understanding and Researching the End to Cancer (CURE Cancer Act: $5.0 B
Non-ANH Health Spending Expenditures: $43.67 B

Civilian Retirement
Civilian retirement and disability insurance: $4.89 B
Federal employee retirement and disability: $58.22 B
Federal employees' and retired employees' health benefits: $8.91 B
Elderly Insurance (CSSRA Sec. 6): $710.0 B
Civilian Retirement Expenditures: $782.02 B

Atlasian National Broadcaster
Infrastructure maintenance and acquisition: $1.65 B
Administrative costs: $0.8 B
Atlasian National Broadcaster Expenditures: $2.45 B

Aid to Low-Income Families
Housing assistance: $65.0 B
Food stamps: $86.62 B
Other nutrition programs (WIC, school lunches): $21.0 B
Child care funds: $4.8 B
Other aid to low-income families: $2.58 B
Aid to Low-Income Families Expenditures: $184.0 B

Public Housing Expenses (Public Housing Act)
Public Housing Capital Fund: $5.0 B
Community Development Fund: $1.0 B
Neighborhood Stabilization Program: $2.0 B
Homeless Prevention: $0.50 B
Public Housing Expenditures: $8.50 B

General Family Support:
Foster care and adoption assistance: $8.0 B
Child support and family support programs: $2.92 B
Social and family services: $16.14 B
General Family Support Expenditures: $27.06 B

Administration of Justice
Federal law enforcement: $7.25 B
Border security and immigration: $7.46 B
Federal litigation and judicial activities: $7.6 B
Federal prison system: $3.26 B
Criminal justice assistance: $4.22 B
Administration of Justice Expenditures: $29.79 B

General Government Administration
Legislative functions: $2.75 B
Executive office programs: $0.95 B
IRS & other fiscal operations: $7.6 B
Other general government: $2.0 B
General Government Administration: $13.30 B

Interest on Debt
Interest on Debt
Net Interest: $244.73 B
Interest on Debt Expenditures: $244.73 B[/b]

TOTAL DIRECT SPENDING: $3425.18 B
TOTAL TAX CREDITS: $54.36 B

EXPENDITURES: $3479.54 B
SURPLUS: $15.32 B
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« Reply #1781 on: October 28, 2015, 01:44:25 pm »
« Edited: October 28, 2015, 02:17:09 pm by Barnes »

Final thing for the moment, I promise!

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A Resolution Establishing Several Senate Select Committees

Section 1. Establishment of Select Committees
1. The following Senate Select Committees are hereby established:
  • The Senate Select Committee on the Status and Future of the Northeast
  • The Senate Select Committee on the Status of the Pacific
2. Each committee shall elect from its members a Chairman who shall conduct its sessions.  Any Senator may nominate their self or another Senator within a period of 48 hours, after which a 24 hour vote shall be held.
3. Each committee shall adopt a basic set of rules of procedure on the proposal of the chairman.

Section 2. Remit for the Committee on the Status and Future of the Northeast
1. The Committee shall be charged with the following remit:
  • To study the recent independence campaign within the Northeast;
  • To study the causes and reasons which led to the independence movement and its current status;
  • To study the current political climate of the Northeast within both the regional sphere and its relationship with the federal government;
  • To study proposals for a future constitutional reform and settlement of the Northeast and its place within the federal framework.
2. The Committee is hereby authorized and empowered to summon witnesses to provide testimony.
3. The Committee is directed to present a final report on the status and future of the Northeast by December 15, 2015.
4. Following the presentation of the Committee's final report, the Committee shall be disbanded.

Section 3. Remit for the Committee on the Status of the Pacific
1. The Committee shall be charged with the following remit:
  • To study the recent political instability within the Pacific;
  • To study the current political climate of the Pacific within both the regional sphere and its relationship with the federal government;
  • To study proposals for a future constitutional reform and settlement of the Pacific and its place within the federal framework.
2. The Committee is hereby authorized and empowered to summon witnesses to provide testimony.
3. The Committee is directed to present a final report on the status of the Pacific by December 15, 2015.
4. Following the presentation of the Committee's final report, the Committee shall be disbanded.
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« Reply #1782 on: October 28, 2015, 09:44:10 pm »

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Suspension of the Senate Resolution

1. All official business of the Senate is hereby suspended.

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« Reply #1783 on: November 07, 2015, 02:38:51 pm »

I motion for the expulsion of Senators NC Yankee, Lumine, Cris, Truman and PiT for making a mockery of the Senate's confirmation process.

I urge all right-thinking Senators to sign the motion.
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« Reply #1784 on: November 07, 2015, 03:25:27 pm »

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Regional Economic Sovereignty Amendment

The Constitution is amended as follows -

Article I

Section 5: Powers of the Senate

To lay and collect taxes, duties, imposts and excises, but all duties, imposts and excises shall be uniform throughout the Regions of the Republic of Atlasia and the District of Columbia..

Section 7

No Region may issue Coin or Currency or make any Coin or Currency other than that of the Republic of Atlasia a legal tender.

No Region shall, without the Consent of the Senate, lay any Duties on Imports or Exports, except what may be absolutely necessary for executing its inspection Laws: and the net Produce of all Duties, laid by any Region on Imports or Exports, shall be for the Use of the Treasury of the Republic of Atlasia; and all such Laws shall be subject to the Control of the Senate.

No Region shall, without the Consent of the Senate, lay any Duty of Tonnage.
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« Reply #1785 on: November 08, 2015, 08:52:53 am »

I motion for the expulsion of Senators NC Yankee, Lumine, Cris, Truman and PiT for making a mockery of the Senate's confirmation process.

I urge all right-thinking Senators to sign the motion.

x Talleyrand

Although this is no surprise from most of those individuals, I hope Truman will come to his senses. Sadly, that appears unlikely anytime soon.
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« Reply #1786 on: November 08, 2015, 06:37:58 pm »

I cannot support this as it is just a further descent into chaos being promoted at both sides.
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« Reply #1787 on: November 16, 2015, 05:01:31 am »

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A Resolution

Be it resolved by the Senate of the Republic of Atlasia assembled that;
1. The chamber strongly condemns the recent terroist attacks in Paris.

2. The chamber also wishes express the most heartfelt sympathies of the nation to the French people and especially the relatives of the victims of this profound tragedy.

3. The chamber urges the President to take action to preserve the safety of Atlasian people, that of our allies and innocent people around the globe, by aiding and assisting the French authorities and other involved international entities in the pursuit of and apprehension of those responsible for the attacks.

4. The chamber notes to the President, that the above clause is not an authorization to turn the Middle East into a sheet of glass.

I am fine with turning this into an actual bill with teeth and more purpose, but we should get the debate going and I figured this was a reasonable starting point.
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« Reply #1788 on: November 28, 2015, 10:54:17 pm »

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1. The Department of Home Affairs and the Solicitor General are hereby recombined into one office, with all of their respective duties being vested into one office, so that we all actually know and understand what each is supposed to do and so your glorious President can find an appointment for it

2. Call it whatever you want
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« Reply #1789 on: November 29, 2015, 05:10:23 pm »

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1. The Department of Home Affairs and the Solicitor General are hereby recombined into one office, with all of their respective duties being vested into one office, so that we all actually know and understand what each is supposed to do and so your glorious President can find an appointment for it

2. Call it whatever you want
I'll sponsor it for you.
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« Reply #1790 on: November 29, 2015, 08:09:13 pm »

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1. The Department of Home Affairs and the Solicitor General are hereby recombined into one office, with all of their respective duties being vested into one office, so that we all actually know and understand what each is supposed to do and so your glorious President can find an appointment for it

2. Call it whatever you want
I'll sponsor it for you.

I appreciate it, but I'm fairly certain it is not necessary unless something has changed. To my knowledge, the President has a slot for legislation introduction in the Senate.
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« Reply #1791 on: December 02, 2015, 01:29:37 am »
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A BILL
Title: The Fixing the Full Time Work Implementation Act

Clause 2 of The Restoring Full Time Work for Atlasia Act is amended as follows:
2. Beginning January 1, 2016, the normal hours of work within a week of full-time employment, before accruing overtime pay, shall be established by regional governments, and may not be more than 34 hours.
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« Reply #1792 on: December 07, 2015, 05:50:01 pm »
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Latex Balloons Littering Prevention Bill

1. It shall henceforth be prohibited for manufacturers of latex balloons to mislead consumers by referencing their product as being 'biodegradable.'
2. All packs of balloons manufactured for general sale must contain a warning (outlined below) that makes up no less than 25% of the front packaging and no less than 40% of the back packaging.
a. The warning must have a black background and a white text in capital letters which simply states that "LETTING BALLOONS GO IS LITTERING".
b. The warning must be accompanied by an image, which will alternate randomly on each piece of packaging, which will depict bird and/or marine life and the negative impacts of balloon littering on these animals.
3. All packs of balloons manufactured for general sale must clearly indicate on the front and back of the packaging, separately from the warning outlined in Section 2, which states in capital letters that "HELIUM IS A FINITE RESOURCE."
4. Manufacturers of balloons will have three months, effective upon passage, to find themselves compliant to new packaging standards and those manufacturers found to be in violation of this law will be fined a minimum of $500,000 per violation.  (One violation being defined as one piece of packaging in contravention of the stipulations outlined above.)
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« Reply #1793 on: December 09, 2015, 03:10:18 am »

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A BILL
To return regulation of homeschooling to the regions

Bill Title: "The Homeschooling Regionalization Act of 2015"

1. The Homeschooling Act of 2014 is hereby repealed in full.

2. The Senate encourages the regions to proceed with establishing regulations protecting all homeschooled students, as well as establish curriculum standards and processes to verify the compliance with said students.

3. This act shall go into effect immediately.
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« Reply #1794 on: December 18, 2015, 08:00:57 pm »

I move the following motion:

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That the Senate do now adjourn sine die.
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« Reply #1795 on: December 18, 2015, 09:34:42 pm »

I move the following motion:

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That the Senate do now adjourn sine die.
Didn't we just vote down a similar proposal?
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« Reply #1796 on: December 19, 2015, 04:18:36 pm »

I move the following motion:

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That the Senate do now adjourn sine die.
Didn't we just vote down a similar proposal?

This merely adjourns the remainder of this session of the Senate which will expire on the first Friday of January.  I don't expect anyone to be particularly active over the next week or two.
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« Reply #1797 on: December 21, 2015, 08:28:01 pm »

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Budget Resolution

Whereas a budget has not yet been passed for 2016,

Whereas budgetary continuity is necessary for the continued function of the federal government of the Republic of Atlasia,

Be it resolved that the federal government of the Republic of Atlasia will continue to operate under the 2015 budget until such time that the 2016 budget is finalized.
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« Reply #1798 on: December 22, 2015, 10:36:39 am »

Sponsoring this Act for the Secretary of State:

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Arm the Peshmerga Act of 2015

1. The Republic of Atlasia hereby recognizes all land shown below as Kurdish territory and recognizes Kurdistan as a legitimate sovereign state and hereby opens diplomatic relations with them in Erbil, Iraq.
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2. The Republic of Atlasia hereby gives $500 Million Atlasian Dollars and weapons to Kurdish forces mainly the Peshmerga and the YPG and their local allies, to defeat ISIL without putting Atlasian boots on the ground.


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« Reply #1799 on: December 22, 2015, 11:14:55 am »

Thank You for introducing it.
Mr. Speaker
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