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2020 — Las Vegas, NV/US

Super-congress Docket

Super Congress Docket


A Bill to Raise the Minimal Federal Driving Age to 18


1 SECTION 1. Congress shall pass a bill to mandate the minimal federal mandatory driving age to 18 for     2 all eligible drivers.

3 SECTION 2. Eligible drivers are defined as individuals visiting or residing within the United States         4 when they reach the age of 18 years old and are allowed to drive as long as they pass the driving test         5 and receive proper documents.

6 SECTION 3. A. A $250 fine and potential jail time shall be levied on all individuals who

7 are not of legal age to drive.

8 B. This fine will be administered by the US Department of Transportation and enforced by the federal       9 government.

10 SECTION 4. This bill shall take effect on January 1, 2021, or as soon as possible.

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


















A Resolution to Amend the Constitution to Establish Publicly Funded Elections



2 RESOLVED, By two-thirds of the Congress here assembled, that the following article

3 is proposed as an amendment to the Constitution of the United States,

4 which shall be valid to all intents and purposes as part of the Constitution

5 when ratified by the legislatures of three-fourths of the several states

6 within seven years from the date of its submission by the Congress:

7 SECTION 1. No candidate for any federal elected office may accept campaign

8 contributions from any private individual, organization, or entity.

9 SECTION 2. All candidates for federal elected office will receive campaign funding

10 through the Public Campaign Commission, which shall exist under the

11 oversight of the Federal Election Commission.

12 SECTION 3. The Public Campaign Commission shall have the authority and duty to

13 ensure that all candidates for federal elected office are treated equally.

14 SECTION 4. The Congress shall have power to enforce this article by appropriate

15 legislation.
















The Mandatory Vaccination Act of 2020


WHEREAS, in recent years, there have been measles outbreaks in Los Angeles, New York, and other areas; and

WHEREAS, these outbreaks could have been avoided if the surrounding areas had achieved herd immunity; and

WHEREAS, achieving herd immunity requires mass vaccination across the country; and

WHEREAS, California’s vaccination policy makes vaccines mandatory unless an individual has verifiable medical complications; and

WHEREAS, such legislation implemented on a national level would be very beneficial to public health across this country. Now, therefore, be it

RESOLVED, by the Congress here assembled that we support the implementation of policy requiring vaccinations, deemed necessary for public health by the Department of Health and Human Services, for all residents, allowing exemptions only for doctor-verified medical conditions.