A Bill to Dissolve the "69 Incident Inquest"To prevent conflicts of interest within Congress; to make a step toward mending relations between the citizens and congressional entities; to prevent waste of congressional and state resources; and to prevent further legal issues regarding the aforementioned inquest and its existence.
Chief Sponsor(s): urdadcaleb
Be it enacted by the Senate and the House of Representatives of the State of Firestone in Congress assembled,
(a) This act shall be known, and may be cited as, "A Bill to Dissolve the “69 Incident Inquest” "
(a) This Bill shall go into effect as an Act of Congress upon completing the processes constitutionally required.
(a) Should any part of this Act be struck down and/or declared unenforceable, then that part shall be severed with the rest remaining in full force and effect unless all is struck down and/or declared unenforceable.
(a) This Act shall be enforced by any relevant parties.
(a) The “69 Incident Inquiry” and or the “69 Incident Inquest” (“the inquiry”/“the inquest”) shall be defined as the inquest or inquiry referred to (in) and/or established by this document.
(a) This Act makes no repealments.
§7. Inquiry Dissolvement
(a) If at the time of enactment, the 69 Incident Inquiry is existent and operational, the inquiry shall be dissolved in its entirety, and shall not continue operating within any capacity. All members of the 69 Incident Inquiry’s cross-chamber board (as defined within this document) shall be relieved of their duties & titles within the inquiry.