Law:The Broadcasting Freedom Act

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This bill FAILED to pass.

It amends the following:
El Lexhatx, Title F

Ziu 46th Clark 5th
Sponsored by: C. Carlüs Xheraltescù

Cosa.png Cosa: PASSED
PER 102 — CON 37 — AUS 42

Senats.png Senäts: FAILED
PER 3 — CON 4 — AUS 1

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46RZ27, The Broadcasting Freedom Act

WHEREAS, freedom and diversity should be something we strive for in Talossa, and

WHEREAS, this freedom and diversity should apply to government broadcasting institutions as well, and

WHEREAS, this is another example of one of those traditions that don’t really benefit Talossa, and

WHEREAS, this is even more so considering we don’t have a government broadcasting institution, now

THEREFORE, the Ziu hereby enacts the following changes to el Lexhatx:

Section F.22, which currently reads:

The drums-and-moog tune called “Funk,” from the ridiculous 70’s Meco “Star Wars and Other Galactic Funk” disco album shall be the official signature tune of all government broadcasting. It has been used informally in this capacity since 1982.

is hereby repealed, and el Lexhatx re-numbered accordingly.

FURTHERMORE, Section F.23 of el Lexhatx which currently reads:

The first 1 minute, 8 seconds of the first movement (Allegro brioso) of the First Piano Concerto in D-Flat Major, Opus 10, by Russian composer Sergei Sergeyevich Prokofiev (1891-1953) shall be the signature theme for all official Talossan news segments broadcast on Talossan State Radio services.

is hereby repealed, and el Lexhatx re-numbered accordingly.

Urameux q’estadra så:
C. Carlüs Xheraltescù - MC-Lib
Munditenens (Dien) Tresplet - Senator-Maricopa



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