OCSL Novice at Fairmont Prep

2016 — Anaheim, CA/US

Congress Legislation

A Resolution to Establish a Safe Zone in Syria

1 WHEREAS, Conflict between parties in the Syrian Civil War has caused the destruction of

2 lives and an unparalleled refugee crisis; and

3 WHEREAS, Operations by the Islamic State, Bashar al-Assad, Kurdish forces, and Syrian

4 rebel forces have made Syria a war zone where nobody is safe, and something needs to be

5 done to protect the people of Syria; and

6 WHEREAS, Current policy by the United States government needs to be reformed; now,

7 therefore, be it

8 RESOLVED, That the President of the United States be urged by this congress to establisha

9 safe zone and no-fly zone in northern Syria; and, be it

10 FURTHER RESOLVED, That the United States Department of State, in conjunction with the

11 United States Agency for International Development (USAID), allocate and distribute 200

12 million dollars of humanitarian aid, per year for 5 years, in the form of medical aid, water

13 sanitation capabilities, and shelter, to the established safe zone; and be it

14 FURTHER RESOLVED, That the United States deploy 10,000 soldiers, and request an

15 additional 10,000 soldiers from the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) to enforce the

16 safe zone and no-fly zone.


A Bill to Ban the Sale and Possession of Assault Weapons to Protect the Public


2  SECTION 1. Automatic firearms, semi-automatic firearms, and their respective magazines in

3  the United States shall be banned from being sold, transferred, or possessed by any

4  business or person not related to law enforcement.

5  SECTION 2. A. An automatic firearm shall be defined as a firearm that reloads itself and

6  keeps firing until the trigger is released.

7  B. A semi-automatic firearm shall be defined as a firearm able to fire 9 bullets one after the

8  other quickly but not automatically.

9  C. Magazines shall be defined as an ammunition storage and feeding device within or

10  attached to a repeating firearm.

11  D. Law enforcement agencies shall be defined as any agency that enforces the laws made

12  by local, state, and federal governments.

13  SECTION 3. The U.S. Department of Justice shall be in charge of implementing this piece of

14  legislation.

15  A. The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) shall be in charge of

16  enforcing this legislation.

17  B. The ATF shall conduct inspections twice every month in businesses that sell guns to

18  make sure the guns and magazines defined in Section 20 Two (2) are not being sold.

19  C. If any person or business is in possession of said weapons or munitions, they must turn

20  them in to their nearest law enforcement agency before January 1, 2017 to avoid conviction

21  and punishment. The government should provide just compensation to owners who have

22  complied with the turn in program.

23  D. If any business or person fails to follow this bill upon passage, they will receive a

24  minimum of a $1,000 fine and a prison sentence with a minimum of 18 months and a

25  maximum of 7 years, depending on the severity of the offense.

26  SECTION 4. This bill shall be put into effect on January 1, 2017 and shall be automatically

27  renewed every year.

28  SECTION 5. All laws in conflict with this legislation are hereby declared null and void.


A Bill to Forbid Smoking in Public

Be it enacted by the Congress here assembled that:

Section 1: In public places, there are infants, pregnant ladies and minors. Citizens shouldn’t

2  be smoking in public areas due to the damage caused by SHS (Second-Hand Smoke).

Section 2: Upon passage of this bill, all smoking of any tobacco product will be banned in

4  public areas.

Section 3: The Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms agency (ATF) will oversee enforcement of

6  this regulation.

Section 4: This ban take effect immediately upon passage.


Section 5: All laws in conflict with this legislation are hereby declared null and void.