Final Draft Approval Thread

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Re: Final Draft Approval Thread

Postby Farsun » Thu May 12, 2011 11:46 pm

Name of the Law/Policy: National Military policy.
Law/Policy Category: Military.

Options:
1) The nation retains a full time, professional army, navy and air force. (default)
2) The nation retains a part time, professional army, navy and air force as part of a reserve group.
3) The nation retains a volunteer army, navy and air force based on population enrollments.
4) The government assigns military control to local governments.
5) The government retains a part time, professional army, navy and air force in alignment with paramilitary groups.
6) The government subcontracts semi-military control to private groups.
7) The nation does not maintain any professional or voluntary army, naval or air force.

Effects:
1) Increase in centralization and militarism.
2) Slight decrease in militarism.
3) Slight decrease in centralization and militarism.
4) Huge decrease in centralization.
5) Slight increase in militarism.
6) Increase in militarism, increase in regulation and decrease in centralization.
7) Huge decrease in militarism/ Huge increase in pacifism.
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Re: Final Draft Approval Thread

Postby GreekIdiot » Fri May 13, 2011 8:43 am

Name: Government law concerning the sales of recreational drugs.
Category: Economics

VARIABLES:
1. Sales of recreational drugs within the nation are prohibited by the law.
2. There is no policy concerning the sales of recreational drugs. (default)
3. The government is entirely responsible for the controlled sales of recreational drugs through operating stores and other locations.
4. Recreational drugs sales are handled by private foundations which are heavily regulated by the government.
5. Sales of recreational drugs is completely unregulated.
6. The matter of sales of recreational drugs is handled by local governments.

EFFECTS:
1. Increase in government responsibilities.
2. Decrease in government responsibilities.
3. Heavy increase in government responsibilities, government controlled market and progressive morality.
4. Increase in government responsibility, progressive morality and slight to none laissez faire market.
5. Progressive morality, laissez faire market.
6. Increase in federalism.
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Re: Final Draft Approval Thread

Postby GreekIdiot » Fri May 13, 2011 8:44 am

Name: Government policy with regards to the development of Biotechnology in Agriculture and Livestock.
Category: Science/Technology

VARIABLES:
1. The government has no policy with regards to the development of Biotechnology in Agriculture and Livestock. (default)
2. Development of Biotechnology in Agriculture and Livestock is applied only by certified private foundations.
3. The government is solely responsible for any development of Biotechnology in Agriculture and Livestock.
4. Development of Biotechnology in Agriculture and Livestock is left for local governments to decide upon.
5. Development of Biotechnology in Agriculture and Livestock is completely illegal.

EFFECTS:
1. Decrease in government responsibilities.
2. Progressive morality, laissez-faire market.
3. Increase in government responsibilities, centralization and progressive morality stance.
4. Increase in federalism, small increase in morality stance.
5. Conservative morality stance, increase in centralization.
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Re: Final Draft Approval Thread

Postby GreekIdiot » Fri May 13, 2011 8:44 am

Name: Government policy towards the matter of gene therapy, which is currently under development.
Category: Health

VARIABLES:
1. The government has no policy with regards to gene therapy.
2. Gene therapy is only applied in research stage by certified private foundations.
3. The government is responsible for the development and research of gene therapy.
4. Gene therapy is only to be used in dire medical situations, as a trial solution (late-stage cancer, incurable diseases, etc.).
5. Research on the development of gene therapy is left to local governments.
6. Application or research of gene therapy is completely prohibited by the law.

EFFECTS:
1. Decrease in government responsibilities.
2. Towards progressive morality stance, increase in government responsibilities, towards laissez-faire market.
3. Towards progressive morality stance, increase in government responsibilities, increase in government market interference.
4. Great step towards morality stance, great increase in government responsibility.
5. Increase in federalism.
6. Towards conservative morality stance, tiny increase in centralization.
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Re: Final Draft Approval Thread

Postby GreekIdiot » Fri May 13, 2011 8:47 am

By leroy:

Law: The legality of dueling.
Category: Justice

Options:
1. The government has no policy concerning dueling. (Default)
2. Dueling is legal and unregulated.
3. Dueling is legal and regulated.
4. Dueling is illegal.
5. This matter is left for the local governments to decide upon.

Effects:
1. Decrease in government responsibilities.
2. Increase in civil rights and conservatism.
3. Increase in conservatism and government responsibilities. Slight increase in civil rights.
4. Increase in progressivism. Decrease in civil rights.
5. Increase in devolution.
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Re: Final Draft Approval Thread

Postby leroy » Fri May 13, 2011 7:14 pm

Name: State patronage of orchestras
Category: Culture

1. Orchestras are formed and maintained solely by private organisations.
2. The state encourages the formation of orchestras through grants and tax deductions.
3. The state owns all orchestras.
4. Orchestras are completely forbidden within the nation.
5. This matter is left for the local governments to decide upon.
6. The government does not maintain any policy with regards to the formation and maintenance of orchestras. (default)

Effects:
1. Laissez faire market.
2. Increase in government responsibilities.
3. Increase in government responsibilities and centralisation and more government centralized market.
4. Increase in government responsibilities and centralisation. Decrease in civil rights.
5. Increase in devolution.
6. Decrease in government responsibilities.
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Re: Final Draft Approval Thread

Postby Darvian » Sun May 15, 2011 8:01 pm

The above will take time to consider, work with and implement. On behalf of moderation, and presumably the community, I thank all of you who are taking an interest in this. This is a sure-fire way to expand the game and to bring some fresh air to what has become rather stale legislative options. We will continue to add news laws, fear not but, for now given the flooding of these we will need some time. With that in mind, I'm locking this thread until the ones posted are cleared. If you have a law ready for submission, just sit tight. :-) Thank you all again!
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Re: Final Draft Approval Thread

Postby Xander » Thu Nov 10, 2011 9:21 pm

Just an announcement that we are slowly but surely working our way through these and implementing the ones that we approve, so be on the lookout for new laws shortly, and shore up and proposals you may have in the future. We will unlock this thread soon for more submissions.

Thank You :)
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Re: Final Draft Approval Thread

Postby Xander » Sat Nov 12, 2011 6:14 pm

Alright, We are now accepting bids for more laws. All previous laws have been approved and implemented or not approved.
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Re: Final Draft Approval Thread

Postby 5 Stars Movement » Tue Nov 15, 2011 12:58 pm

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[ame of the Law/Policy:blogs regulation
Law/Policy Catagory: Civil Rights

Options:

1. Bloggers can write whatever without possibility to be denounced
2. Bloggers can write whatever except slander
3. Bloggers can't write whatever the object consider libelous towards him
4. Bloggers not professional aren't allowed
5. Bloggers aren't allowed

Effects:

1. High Permissive
2. Standard value, Permissive.
3. Restrictive
4. Very restrictive
5. Absolutely restrictive

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