Act of Congress Pet Overcrowding Act

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KaelynCream

Citizen
JustRyn
JustRyn
House Vote: 8-2-0
Senate Vote: 5-0-0

A
BILL
To


Add a law to prevent the overcrowding of pets.

The people of Democracy Craft, through their elected Representatives in the Congress and the force of law ordained to that Congress by the people through the Constitution, do hereby enact the following provisions into law:

1 - Short Title and Enactment
(1) This Act may be cited as the “Pet Overcrowding Act”.
(2) This Act shall be enacted immediately upon its signage.
(3) This Act was authored by KaelynCream.
(4) This Act has been co-sponsored by: Rurge.

2 - Reasons
(1) Laws for the overcrowding of farm animals are stated, but not for the overcrowding of pets.
(2) Pets should be treated just the same if not better than farm animals.

3 - Terms
(1) Under the section “9.0 Wilderness & Wildlife”, the following shall be added:

9.5 - Pet Overcrowding
Cats and dogs require a minimum of two blocks of floor space each. Parrots require a minimum of one block of floor space each. This law applies to:
(a) Cities
(b) Towns
(c) Claimed Wild Regions
(d) Unclaimed Wild Regions
First Offense: Verbal Warning + 24 hours to fix issues.
Second Offense: $300 fine + 10 minutes in jail + excess animals taken to the animal shelter.

Third Offense: $600 fine + 15 minutes jail + All animals taken to the shelter.
 
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Neemfy

Citizen
Justice Department
Attorney General's Office
Redmont Bar Association
Donator
Neemfy
Neemfy
willow-res
House Vote: 10-1-0
Senate Vote: 4-0-0

A
BILL
To


Amend the Pet Overcrowding Act

The People of The Commonwealth of Redmont, through their elected Representatives in the Congress and the force of law ordained to that Congress by the people through the Constitution, do hereby enact the following provisions into law:

1 – Short Title and Enactment
(1) This Act may be cited as “Pet Overcrowding Extension Act.”
(2) This Act will be enacted immediately upon its signage.
(3) This Act was authored by Representative Neemfy.
(4) This Act has been co-sponsored by Senator Trentrick_Lamar.

2 – Reasons
(1) The Pet Overcrowding Act currently only applies in Hamilton City.

3 – Terms
(1) Change “Section 3 – Terms” of the Pet Overcrowding Act from:
“9.5 – Pet Overcrowding
Cats and dogs require a minimum of two blocks of floor space each. Parrots require a minimum of one block of floor space each. There can be a total of 10 pets on any given residential plot that allows pets, as long as each pet has enough space.”
To:
“9.5 – Pet Overcrowding
Cats and dogs require a minimum of two blocks of floor space each. Parrots require a minimum of one block of floor space each. There can be a total of 10 pets on any region within:
(a) Cities
(b) Towns
(c) Claimed Wild Regions
(d) Unclaimed Wild Regions

as long as each pet has enough space.”
 
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huney69

Administrator
Administrator
Vice President
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huney69
huney69
vicepresident
AMENDMENT
Senate Vote: 5-0-0
House Vote: 9-0-0

Section 3, titled "Terms" is hereby amended as follows:
"9.5 - Pet Overcrowding
Cats and dogs require a minimum of two blocks of floor space each. Parrots require a minimum of one block of floor space each. There can be a total of 10 pets on any region within:
(a) Cities
(b) Towns
(c) Claimed Wild Regions
(d) Unclaimed Wild Regions
as long as each pet has enough space.”

Changes to:

"9.5 - Pet Overcrowding
Cats and dogs require a minimum of two blocks of floor space each. Parrots require a minimum of one block of floor space each. There can be a total of 10 pets on any region within:
(a) Cities
(b) Towns
(c) Claimed Wild Regions

as long as each pet has enough space.”
 

LilDigiVert

Moderator
Moderator
President
Former President
Mayor
Construction & Transport Department
Donator
LilDigiVert
LilDigiVert
president

Presidential Assent

This bill has been granted assent and is hereby signed into law.

 

A__C

Citizen
Administrator
Speaker of the House
Representative
Justice Department
State Department
Education & Commerce Department
Public Affairs Department
Donator
A__C
A__C
speaker
House Vote: 8-0-1
Senate Vote: 3-1-0

A
BILL
To
Amend the Pet Overcrowding Act

The people of the Commonwealth of Redmont, through their elected Representatives in the Congress and the force of law ordained to that Congress by the people through the constitution, do hereby enact the following provisions into law:

1 - Short Title and Enactment
(1) This Act may be cited as the “A Cool Pet Overcrowding Amendment Act"
(2) This Act shall be enacted immediately upon its signage.
(3) This bill was authored by Representative A__C.
(4) This Act is co-sponsored by Senator Derpy_Bird.
(5) This bill was approved by Environment Secretary Teuntje1234567.

2 - Reasons
(1) The Pet Overcrowding Act currently states that there “can be a total of 10 pets on any region” including wild regions. This makes no sense given the potential size of wild regions, and other regions in general. This means that a wild region of 100 blocks and a wild region of 4000 blocks can only have 10 pets on it, regardless of size. The number of pets is already limited by the floor space restriction.

3 - Terms
(1) Change the terms of the Pet Overcrowding Act from:
9.5 - Pet Overcrowding
Cats and dogs require a minimum of two blocks of floor space each. Parrots require a minimum of one block of floor space each. There can be a total of 10 pets on any region within:
(a) Cities
(b) Towns
(c) Claimed Wild Regions
(d) Unclaimed Wild Regions
as long as each pet has enough space.
First Offense: Verbal Warning + 24 hours to fix issues.
Second Offense: $300 fine + 10 minutes in jail + excess animals taken to the animal shelter.
Third Offense: $600 fine + 15 minutes jail + All animals taken to the shelter.


To:
9.5 - Pet Overcrowding
Cats and dogs require a minimum of two blocks of floor space each. Parrots require a minimum of one block of floor space each. This law applies to:
(a) Cities
(b) Towns
(c) Claimed Wild Regions
(d) Unclaimed Wild Regions
First Offense: Verbal Warning + 24 hours to fix issues.
Second Offense: $300 fine + 10 minutes in jail + excess animals taken to the animal shelter.
Third Offense: $600 fine + 15 minutes jail + All animals taken to the shelter.
 
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LilDigiVert

Moderator
Moderator
President
Former President
Mayor
Construction & Transport Department
Donator
LilDigiVert
LilDigiVert
president

Presidential Assent

This bill has been granted assent and is hereby signed into law.

 
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