Bill #3 Minimum Wage Alignment Act (Bill Increasing Minimum Wage to $22.00 Per Hour) (Bill Indexing the Minimum Wage to Inflation / As the Cost of Living Increases, the Minimum Wage will Increase Automatically) Legislation is currently being drafted.
Bill #4 K-16 Public Education Act (Bill Expanding Public Education from K-12 to K-16) Legislation is currently being drafted.
Bill #5 Nation Of Citizens Act (The NOC Act is a bill that will make the current United States immigration process much faster by adding necessary resources. This bill allows for the hiring of as much personnel as necessary, to speed up the citizenship process for immigrants, in an effort to reduce immigration court backlog. This bill allows for more immigration court judges. This bill allows for more immigration court space in which to conduct hearings. This bill enacts a path to citizenship for undocumented immigrants. This bill allows for the housing of asylum seekers as family units, with parents and children together, while they are awaiting the next steps in the process of seeking asylum. This bill ends criminal prosecution for asylum seekers who arrive at the border between ports of entry seeking asylum.) Legislation is currently being drafted.
Bill #6 Urban Rural Alignment Act (Bill specifically addressing blighted urban and rural areas throughout the United States)(Bill will target poor urban and rural areas to bring them up to suburban area standards, with the partnership of municipal and county governments) One of the purposes of this bill is Ghetto beautification throughout the United States. Legislation is currently being drafted.
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