Law:The Nobody Feels Like Writing Acts Just to Fix Typos Act

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Debate:The Nobody Feels Like Writing Acts Just to Fix Typos Act

48RZ5, The Nobody Feels Like Writing Acts Just to Fix Typos Act

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It amends the following:
El Lexhatx

Ziu 48th Clark 2nd
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Cosa.png Cosa: PASSED
PER 86 — CON 64 — AUS 24

Senats.png Senäts: PASSED
PER 4 — CON 2 — AUS 1

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WHEREAS There is currently no way to change a bill after it has been clarked, and

WHEREAS This is perfectly fine for the most part, except for when there are grammar/formatting errors in the bill which nobody notices until it has been clarked, and

WHEREAS This necessitates either the creation of another bill just to fix that error, or rejecting an otherwise fine bill, and

WHEREAS That seems ridiculous

THEREFORE Subsubsection C.1.2.3 is added to el Lexhatx which reads:

C.1.2.3 If the Scribe finds an error in the formatting, grammar, or spelling of a bill that has already been clarked, or alerted of same, he shall work with the sponsor of the bill to fix said error(s).

C. The Scribe shall publicize any proposed changes to a bill, and said changes may only be implemented after they have been public for seven days

C. If, before the proposed changes are implemented, a petition of MCs representing at least 1/3 of the seats in the Cosa, or a petition of at least 1/3 of the Senators, goes before the Scribe in protest of the proposed changes to the bill, the Scribe may not implement the changes.

C. If a disagreement arises over the interpretation of a law that was amended though this process, the language originally enacted by the Ziu is superior and shall be used in interpretation

C. The Scribe shall keep a record of the original language of bills that were amended in this way for use according to C.

Uréu q'estadra så: Ian Plätschisch - (MC-MRPT)

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