Law:The Freedom of Information Act

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The Freedom of Information Act

Whereas Talossan voters are tired of cheap and dishonest campaigns; and Whereas they value free, robust and public debates among parties contesting elections; Therefore the Cosâ resolves: That copies of any and all campaign literature (as the Cort may define this) distributed by a party (either registered or otherwise) must at the same time be delivered to all other registered parties and all parties currently represented in the Cosâ. Reputable newspapers (having a minimum of seven citizen readers and which appear a minimum of six issues per year) are not considered "campaign literature" for the pupose of this act.

Noi urent q'estadra så: Daniel Lorentz (PW-Mussolini); Robert Madison (PC-Vuode)

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