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Act [A.B. 32] Correction Amendment of the Assembly Procedure Act

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Correction Amendment of the Assembly Procedure Act

Proposed by: @New Rogernomics

Preamble

This amendment to the Assembly Procedures Act shall allow for the Assembly Speaker to correct spelling errors in passed legislation.

Correction Amendment of the Assembly Procedure Act

Proposed by: @New Rogernomics

Preamble

This amendment to the Assembly Procedures Act shall allow for the Assembly Speaker to correct spelling errors in passed legislation.

Section 1. Amendment of the Assembly Procedure Act

(1) The Assembly Procedures Act, Section 4. Legislative Formatting shall be amended to include:

Section 4. Legislative Formatting

The code block is only presented as an aid and the quote below it will be considered the official formatting.

(2) The forum name of the author will be provided in the "Proposed by:" section of a proposal. In the event that the author's forum name changes, the Assembly Speaker may amend a law to reflect the author's new forum name.

(3) Following the enactment of a proposal, the Assembly Speaker will append the month and year of enactment to the proposal's title.

(4) An optional preamble for a proposal will not exceed fifty words.

(5) An optional credit section for a proposal will not exceed five people.

(6) Unless otherwise noted, all amendments brought to vote in the Assembly will be formatted as legislation, and the amendments therein will be marked up so as to clearly delineate the changes being made.

(7) Only general laws and constitutional laws will be subject to formatting for legislation, but all amendments will be subject to mark-up.

(8) The Assembly Speaker will not open a vote on a proposal that has not been properly formatted and/or marked up in the judgment of the Assembly Speaker, and no motion to vote on such a nonconforming bill will be recognized, until the proposal has been properly formatted and/or marked up.

(9) The Assembly Speaker may edit passed legislation to correct spelling errors, where they occur, but may not alter the grammar or wording of passed legislation.

The discussion can be viewed here.

Passage Requirement: 50%+1 vote
 
Citizens of Lazarus,

With 5 Ayes, 0 Nays, and 0 Abstentions, the Correction Amendment of the Assembly Procedure Act as passed with 100% for and 0% against.

-- New Rogernomics, Deputy Speaker
 
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