IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
August 8, 2022
Maritime Obstruction Act 2022
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the State of Firestone in Congress assembled,
SECTION 1. MARITIME OBSTRUCTION
(a) Chapter 7, Section 3, of the Firestone Criminal Code shall be created and state “§3 - Maritime Obstruction”.
(b) Chapter 7, Section 3, subsection a of the Firestone Criminal Code shall state, “(a) Maritime Obstruction shall be recognized as an unlawful criminal offense in the State of Firestone.”
(c) Chapter 7, Section 3, subsection a1 of the Firestone Criminal Code shall state, “(a1) Maritime Obstruction shall be the act of, intentionally or knowingly, obstructing the use of Maritime facilities as shown by the red areas in this and this screenshot. This includes, but is not limited to; manoeuvring and placing a watercraft within the red areas in specified screenshots listed above to intentionally or knowingly cause disruption.”
(d) Chapter 7, Section 3, subsection a2 of the Firestone Criminal Code shall state, “(a2) The Firestone Coast Guard, Stapleton County Fire Department Search and Rescue, Firestone Department of Boating & Waterways, and Firestone Department of Corrections Marine Division shall be exempt from Chapter 7, Section 3 if their warning lights are turned on.”.
(e) Maritime Obstruction shall be a Class C Misdemeanor and the penalty for this offense shall be 150 seconds in a correctional facility or a citation of 20-100 Firestone Dollars depending on the severity of the offence.
SECTION 3. ENACTMENT
(a) This act shall go into effect upon the completion of the constitutionally required processes.
SECTION 4. SEVERABILITY
(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.
L_3ee, Speaker Pro Tempore
HippoRarest, Department of Boating & Waterways Secretary
ADMIRAL_RICKY, Speaker of the House