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The Faces of Spring States [May. 3rd, 2006|11:22 am]
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nimawanachanalo
girlface.jpgboyface.jpg
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(no subject) [Mar. 6th, 2006|11:19 am]
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nimawanachanalo
I am so relieved, and I have so much energy right yet I should SO be asleep.

Winter Congress was so FUN and awesome. Everyone had a great time and it was such a bonding, educational, fucking amazingly rediculous trip.

Everyone who went, thanks for letting me have a great last Congress.

AND

I can't wait to make the faces of JSA
should be good
Man Oh Man

This is what I stayed up until 2AM to make:

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...isn't is beautiful?
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JSA FACE [Mar. 6th, 2006|11:13 am]
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nimawanachanalo
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The Boyish Face Of Winter Congress...
Look for the Girlish Face, coming soon!
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Need Representative for fat ppl bill! [Feb. 1st, 2006|09:25 pm]
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_monsieur
Mike Hurley would have been the representative for the bill, but he is no longer on the trip. Somebody please volunteer for this (post a comment to this message).


...what's the fastest way to a man's heart? Chuck Norris' fists.
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Mike's Billllllllll..... YO! [Jan. 23rd, 2006|02:48 pm]
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broadening_mind
A Bill to make sure parents receive adequate information on antidepressants before a child is given a subscription

Sponsored by: Senator Taylor Schlacter of Marlborough High School

Representative Mike Caputo of Marlborough High School

There have been many recent suicide cases of minors taking antidepressants, due to them and their parents not being told ALL of the drugs side effects and makeup. This cannot go on; the suicide cases are too abundant. The parents and minors taking antidepressants MUST be informed of the information on the drugs.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States, that:

Section I. The commissioner of the department of mental health shall assemble a special task force consisting of 1 (one) representative each from; the Department of Public Health, the American Psychiatric Society, the American Academy of Pediatricians, an a user who is a parent of a minor who is currently prescribed with an antidepressant drug.

This team shall develop and apply a list of the 20 most commonly prescribed antidepressant drugs for children, including a description of what is in the drug, the most common and uncommon side effects and how the drug effects you. This list shall be updated annually. The commissioner of the department of public health shall post this written information on the department's website to be available to prescribers and the general public.

In the event of a minor needing a psychotropic drug, the parent MUST receive a copy of the information provided by the task force. The prescriber MUST also note in the patient's record that the information has been provided to the parent. The practitioner must also explain the information,, including side effects, before providing the prescription to a patient.

Section II. This bill should take into effect in June of 2006.
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A Bill to Ratify the Constitution and Make Void the Congressional "Franking" Privilege [Jan. 22nd, 2006|04:17 pm]
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nimawanachanalo
A Bill to Ratify the Constitution and Make Void the Congressional "Franking" Privilege

Sponsored by: Senator Melissa Fulham of Marlborough High School

Representative Emily Miethner of Marlborough High School

Members of Congress are given many privileges. One privilege that is constantly abused is "franking," or using a signature in the place of postage stamps. Franking cost the taxpayers $60 million in 2004. It is a privilege that is simply unnecessary. It is also one of the many advantages incumbents have when running for office. The problem with this advantage is that Congressmen over/misuse it constantly. There have been many attempts to limit the use of franking, but none have been successful, Congressmen either find loopholes or totally disregard the reforms that they themselves have made. Because of their failure to abide by the rules, the privilege should be completely negated.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States, that:

Section 1: No member of Congress shall be permitted to use his/her signature in replace of buying and using postage stamps.

Section 2: This bill shall be enacted starting at the beginning of the Fiscal Year, October 1st, in 2006.
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FINAL BILL (FINALLY) [Jan. 20th, 2006|08:20 pm]
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spack_fishy
A Bill to Limit Consumption and Conserve the Environment

Sponsored by: Senator Eric Leflore of Marlborough High School

and Representative Nicole Levay of Marlborough High School.

The average person living in Los Angles spends 136 hours in traffic delays per year. In fact, fifty percent of all congestion is a result of automobile levels that exceed roadway accommodations. To solve this problem, cities in Europe have instigated a consumption tax on vehicles entering their centers. This bill will take follow that path in an effort to reduce the traffic flow and wasted energy to a minimum. Public transportation is abundant in large cities, yet Americans choose to ignore it for the most part. With areas of Europe already instigating these taxes and Iceland planning to rid their nation of oil, the least the United States could do is lessen congestion in it’s most populated areas.

Be it Enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in General Court convened:

Section 1: Any major city whose PROPER population equals or is greater than 780,000 shall have a consumption tax established at US $1.50 per day. This tax shall be collected through a toll system similar to that of the E-Z Pass, in which a signal is sent from the car to the toll system. Money is withdrawn from an account that has been set up.

A: Yearly accounts may be purchased at US $500.00. This is a $47.50 discount.

B: Permanent residents of these cities will pay a discounted rate of US $1.25 per day, or $400.00 per year.

C: Other exemptions include energy efficient vehicles (hybrid, electric, etc.), emergency vehicles, public transportation, and all licensed taxis and coach buses towards that city.

D: There will be no taxes taken on federal holidays.

E: 50% of the profits made will go towards the Environmental Protection Agency. The other 50% will go towards the Department of Public Transportation for each city.


Section 2: All major cities whose PROPER population is between 500,000 and 779,999 shall have a consumption tax established at US $.75 per day. This tax will be collected in the exact same way as Section 1 describes.

A: Yearly accounts may be purchased at US $250.00. This is a $23.75 discount.

B: Permanent residents of these cities will pay a discounted rate of US $.50 per day or $150.00 per year.

C: Exemptions will be the same as stated in Section 1C.

D: There will be no taxes taken on federal holidays.

E: Profits will be distributed in the same format as Section 1E.

(Indents need to be made before each section's letter. I couldn't do it in Word today and I'm too dumb to try it LJ style.)


If anyone else wants to input, now is the time kiddies!

Off to play The Match Game on Uproar WOOWOOWOW!
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BAM. [Jan. 18th, 2006|08:45 pm]
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spack_fishy
[mood |okayNeed to Study Psychology]
[music |The Man of Metropolis Steals our Hearts- Sufjan Stevens]

A Bill to Limit Consumption and Conserve the Environment

Sponsored by: Senator Eric Leflore of Marlborough High School

and Representative Nicole Levay of Marlborough High School.

The average person living in Los Angles spends 136 hours in traffic delays per year. In fact, fifty percent of all congestion is a result of automobile levels that exceed roadway accommodations. To solve this problem, cities in Europe have instigated a consumption tax on vehicles entering their centers. This bill will take follow that path in an effort to reduce the traffic flow and wasted energy to a minimum.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States, that:

Section 1: Any major city whose PROPER population equals or is greater than 780,000 shall have a consumption tax established at US $1.50 per day. This tax shall be collected through a toll system similar to that of the E-Z Pass, in which a signal is sent from the car to the toll system. Money is withdrawn from an account that has been set up.

A: Yearly accounts may be purchased at US $500.00. This is a $47.50 discount.

B: Permanent residents of these cities will pay a discounted rate of US $1.25 per day, or $400.00 per year.

C: Other exemptions include energy efficient vehicles (hybrid, electric, etc.), emergency vehicles, public transportation, and all licensed taxis and coach buses towards that city.

D: There will be no taxes taken on federal holidays.

Section 2: All major cities whose PROPER population is between 500,000 and 779,999 shall have a consumption tax established at US $.75 per day. This tax will be collected in the exact same way as Section 1 describes.

A: Yearly accounts may be purchased at US $250.00. This is a $23.75 discount.

B: Permanent residents of these cities will pay a discounted rate of US $.50 per day or $150.00 per year.

C: Exemptions will be the same as stated in Section 1C.

D: There will be no taxes taken on federal holidays.


I need help on this lil beginning part thing and some constructive input; but here is the bill!
Effin finally.


-Nicole
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Finished Bills due THIS FRIDAY [Jan. 17th, 2006|11:59 am]
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nimawanachanalo
So, you guys suck! There's been like no activity in this thing at all.
... you don't suck but I am dissapointed.

Anyway.
Get those bills posted so people can help you edit them.
The are due THIS FRIDAY!

so.

GO!
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becca becca baur & nicoleeeee! [Jan. 10th, 2006|03:42 pm]
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bekkero0
[mood |irateskankkk]
[music |oops (the oh my song)]

A Bill to Limit Consumption and Convserve the Environment

Sponsored by: Senator Eric Leflore of Marlborough High School

and Representative Nicole Levay of Marlborough High School.

The average person living in Los Angles spends 136 hours in traffic delays per year. In fact, fifty percent of all congestion is a result of automobile levels that exceed roadway accomodations. To solve this problem, cities in Europe have instigated a consumption tax on vehicles entering their centers. This bill will take follow that path in an effort to reduce the traffic flow and wasted energy to a minimum.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States, that:

Section 1: Any major city with more than ?!(^&(*^ amount of people w

Emily, me and Nicole and Eric and Mona and Dan will work on this later. Nicole is reallll tired and my head is aching. Please understand :) :)! Bye.
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