Third time’s a charm, or is it? The Amerada Senate Bill is introduced again.

A new Senate Bill has been tabled in the Amerada Legislature. Debate has begun on the bill, the third Senate bill since the predecessor’s of the Amerada Anti-Partisan Coalition (AAPC), first proposed and drafted the original Senate bill. The first two bills were virtually the same with minor changes. This version is very different from its predecessors, though, and will affect the entire legislative structure of Amerada.

If it passes into law, the Amerada legislature will be dissolved and a new election will be held to accommodate the new structure. Former President Earl Washburn is opposed to the new bill, and has attempted to sideline it in favour of his proposal in the constitution, which is supposedly being written for this month.

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