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    Governor’s Mansion

    Eo 6 I, Tulip FlorezGovernor of the West Coast, by virtue of the authority vested in me by the Constitution and applicable statutes, do hereby issue this Executive Order: This Executive Order is effective and shall remain in effect until rescinded by proper authority or until it expires 1. Executive Order #1 by Governor Williams is rescinded 2. A nonpartisan commission on border security is order to be established under the office of chief of staff of the Governor. 3. A full review of recommendations from the commission shall be given to the governor within 90 days of the creation of the commission. 4. The National guard is order to resume normal activity including measures included in other laws and EO issued. Signed Governor Tulip Florez
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    Hate Crime Hotline Act

    Ms. Jackson on behalf of the Governor, for herself and others, introduced the following bill A BILL To provide for Attorney General to establish, maintain, and publicize a toll-free public hotline telephone number for hate crime reporting SECTION 1. SHORT TITLE This act shall be cited as Hate Crime Hotline Act SECTION 2. The Legislature of West Coast finds and declares all of the following: (a) In many communities, people lack sufficient trust in local authorities to report hate crimes or hate incidents. A statewide hotline and online form would create important safe spaces to report a hate crime or incident. (d) Following reports of an increase in hate crimes nationwide, similar hotlines have been established recently in other states and in parts of California, including by the district attorneys’ offices of the City and County of San Francisco and the County of Alameda. SEC. 3. Section 422.94 is added to the Penal Code, to read: The Attorney General shall establish, maintain, and publicize a toll-free public hotline telephone number for the following purposes: (A) Reporting hate crimes and connecting with local law enforcement agencies. (B) Connecting people who have experienced or witnessed a hate crime or hate incident to other appropriate local resources. (C) Disseminating information about the characteristics of hate crimes and hate incidents, classes of individuals protected under Chapter 1 (commencing with Section 422.55), civil remedies that may be available for victims of hate crimes, and reporting options. (2) The hotline shall be accessible to people with disabilities and people who cannot do not speak English. (3) The hotline shall operate 24 hours a day and 7 days a week to Friday, including federal holidays and state holidays (b) The Attorney General shall post, maintain, and publicize a reporting form for hate crimes and hate incidents on his or her Internet Web site that can be completed and submitted online and connects individuals to the same resources and information described in paragraph (1) of subdivision (a). online. (c) The Attorney General’s Internet Web site shall provide the public with the same resources and information described in paragraph (1) of subdivision (a).. SECTION 4. Effective Date. —The amendments made by this Act shall take effect upon the bill's constitutional passage.
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    Governor’s Mansion

    EO 5 I, Tulip FlorezGovernor of the West Coast, by virtue of the authority vested in me by the Constitution and applicable statutes, do hereby issue this Executive Order: Now, Therefore, I hereby order that: 1. Due to the recent passed law “Elections Cybersecurity act “in the West Coast that requires the following. "The West Coast National guard cyber security units will be activated 72 hours before an election and till election results are completed in region election." 2. Activation of the West Coast National Guard is activated for election security till the election results are completed in region election This Executive Order is effective and shall remain in effect until rescinded by proper authority or until it expires Signed Governor Tulip Florez @Anthony
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    Hate Crime Hotline Act

    As ML Mr. Speaker, Hate crime hotlines not only provide citizens with a straightforward way to report incidents, but they also allow for police to more readily respond to these incidents. Furthermore, they allow via tracking the number of calls the public to gain greater insight into incidents of hate that are happening in their own communities. Hopefully, this awareness will inspire more people to take active stances against hate crimes and discrimination. Mr. Speaker, I motion for UC I yield
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    Player Warchests

    Tulip donates 43,660,797 to calvin ward keys donates 4,538,304 to calvin ward
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    Restore Felons’ Voting Rights

    Ms. Jackson on behalf of the Governor, for herself and others, introduced the following bill A BILL To Restore Felons’ Voting Rights in the West Coast Region SECTION 1. SHORT TITLE This act shall be cited Restore Felons’ Voting Rights SECTION 2. 1. People in the West Coast region with past felony convictions other than murder and sex offenses will automatically regain their ability to vote. This will be effective upon constitutional passage. 2. People in the West Coast region with future felony convictions other than murder and sex offenses will not lose their ability to vote. This will be effective upon constitutional passage. SECTION 3. Effective Date. —The amendments made by this Act shall take effect upon the bill's constitutional passage.
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    Docket Requests

    Docket request for debate Week of 1-13-19 1.Restore Felons’ Voting Rights 2.Hate Crime Hotline Ac
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    Restore Felons’ Voting Rights

    Mr. Speaker. Please move for debate. @Anthony
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    Hate Crime Hotline Act

    Mr. Speaker. Please move for debate. @Anthony
  10. Ms. Jackson on behalf of the Governor, for herself and others, introduced the following bill A BILL To provide for high-quality universal preschool. SECTION 1. SHORT TITLE This act shall be cited as high-quality universal preschool act SECTION 2 (a) The West Coast Legislature finds and declares all of the following: (1) Quality early learning and care for children from birth to age five, inclusive, is a sound and strategic investment to narrow achievement gaps that are present well before children enter kindergarten. (2) In the next annual Budget Act, the Legislature and the Governor committed to providing all children with early care and education programs for high-quality universal preschool. . (3) Successful preschool programs will require all of the following: (A) Lead teachers who have a bachelor’s degree with a teaching credential or certificate and a salary at the same level as public K–12 teachers. (B) Classrooms that implement an evidence-based, developmentally appropriate curriculum that is aligned to K–12 standards and tied to professional development and coaching. (C) At least two adults in the classroom, including one lead teacher. (D) Effective and high-quality professional development that is focused on teacher-child interactions, quality of instruction, and child outcomes. (E) Use of child outcome data to inform instruction and continuous quality improvement. (b) It is the intent of the Legislature to enact legislation that would do all of the following: (1) Ensure a fair start to all children by providing quality early care and education for all children whose families wish to enroll them in early care and education programs. (2) Provide high-quality universal preschool, which would include the East Coast Preschool Program, federal Head Start programs, and transitional kindergarten, to all four-year-old children with in the East Coast region. . (3) Expand the East Coast region Preschool Program and enable local educational agencies to blend the program with transitional kindergarten. (5) Increase the standard reimbursement rate by 15 percent in the next budget year to increase the pay of teachers to a professional wage. (6) Offer local educational agencies a supplemental grant of $3,000 per pupil for transitional kindergarten, if all of the following standards are met: (A) Classrooms have a credentialed teacher and an instructional aide. (B) Classrooms have no more than 24 pupils, and one adult per 12 pupils. (C) A full school day program is provided to all pupils. (D) Pupil progress is assessed for purposes of informing instruction and continuous quality improvement. (7) Increase the quality standards of both the East Coast Preschool Program and transitional kindergarten by achieving all of the following: (A) Over an eight-year period, require all lead teachers in the East coat Preschool Program to have a bachelor’s degree and any additional requirements as established by the Commission on Teacher Credentialing. (B) Limit East Coast Preschool Program classrooms to no more than 24 pupils and two adults in the classroom. (C) Require all transitional kindergarten teachers to obtain a Preschool through grade 3 Teaching credential or certificate and instructional aides to have an associates degree with 24 units of early childhood education or alternative certification as established by the Commission on Teacher Credentialing. . SECTION 3. Effective Date. —The amendments made by this Act shall take effect upon the bill's constitutional passage.
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    high-quality universal preschool act

    Signed Tulip Florez Governor of the West Coast
  12. To establish the National Criminal Justice Commission. I Ms keys and thanks to Mr. Peters introduced the following bill; A BILL To establish the National Criminal Justice Commission. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, SECTION 1. SHORT TITLE. This Act may be cited as the “National Criminal Justice Commission Act SEC. 2. FINDINGS. Congress finds that— (1) it is in the interest of the Nation to establish a commission to undertake a comprehensive review of the criminal justice system; (2) there has not been a comprehensive study since the President’s Commission on Law Enforcement and Administration of Justice was established in 1965; (3) that commission, in a span of 18 months, produced a comprehensive report entitled “The Challenge of Crime in a Free Society”, which contained 200 specific recommendations on all aspects of the criminal justice system involving Federal, State, tribal, and local governments, civic organizations, religious institutions, business groups, and individual citizens; and (4) developments over the intervening 50 years require once again that Federal, State, tribal, and local governments, law enforcement agencies, including rank and file officers, civil rights organizations, community-based organization leaders, civic organizations, religious institutions, business groups, and individual citizens come together to review evidence and consider how to improve the criminal justice system. SEC. 3. ESTABLISHMENT OF COMMISSION. There is established a commission to be known as the “National Criminal Justice Commission” (referred to in this Act as the “Commission”). SEC. 4. PURPOSE OF THE COMMISSION. The Commission shall— (1) undertake a comprehensive review of the criminal justice system; (2) make recommendations for Federal criminal justice reform to the President and Congress; and (3) disseminate findings and supplemental guidance to the Federal Government, as well as to State, local, and tribal governments. SEC. 5. REVIEW, RECOMMENDATIONS, AND REPORT. (a) General Review.—The Commission shall undertake a comprehensive review of all areas of the criminal justice system, including Federal, State, local, and tribal governments’ criminal justice costs, practices, and policies. (b) Recommendations.— (1) IN GENERAL.—Not later than 18 months after the first meeting of the Commission, the Commission shall submit to the President and Congress recommendations for changes in Federal oversight, policies, practices, and laws designed to prevent, deter, and reduce crime and violence, reduce recidivism, improve cost-effectiveness, and ensure the interests of justice at every step of the criminal justice system. (2) UNANIMOUS CONSENT REQUIRED.—A recommendation of the Commission may be adopted and submitted under paragraph (1) if the recommendation is approved by a unanimous vote of the Commissioners at a meeting where a quorum is present pursuant to section 6(d). (3) REQUIREMENT.—The recommendations submitted under this subsection shall be made available to the public. (c) Report.— (1) IN GENERAL.—Not later than 18 months after the first meeting of the Commission, the Commission shall also disseminate to the Federal Government, as well as to State, local, and tribal governments, a report that details the findings and supplemental guidance of the Commission regarding the criminal justice system at all levels of government. (2) MAJORITY VOTE REQUIRED.—Commission findings and supplemental guidance may be adopted and included in the report required under paragraph (1) if the findings or guidance is approved by a majority vote of the Commissioners at a meeting where a quorum is present pursuant to section 6(d), except that any Commissioners dissenting from particular finding or supplemental guidance shall have the right to state the reason for their dissent in writing and such dissent shall be included in the report of the Commission. (3) REQUIREMENT.—The report submitted under this subsection shall be made available to the public. (d) Prior Commissions.—The Commission shall take into consideration the work of prior relevant commissions in conducting its review. (e) State And Local Government.—In issuing its recommendations and report under this section, the Commission shall not infringe on the legitimate rights of the States to determine their own criminal laws or the enforcement of such laws. (f) Public Hearings.—The Commission shall conduct public hearings in various locations around the United States. (g) Consultation With Government And Nongovernment Representatives.— (1) IN GENERAL.—The Commission shall— (A) closely consult with Federal, State, local, and tribal government and nongovernmental leaders, including State, local, and tribal law enforcement officials, including rank and file officers, legislators, public health officials, judges, court administrators, prosecutors, defense counsel, victims’ rights organizations, probation and parole officials, criminal justice planners, criminologists, civil rights and liberties organizations, community-based organization leaders, formerly incarcerated individuals, professional organizations, and corrections officials; and (B) include in the final report required under subsection (c) summaries of the input and recommendations of these leaders. (2) UNITED STATES SENTENCING COMMISSION.—To the extent the review and recommendations required by this section relate to sentencing policies and practices for the Federal criminal justice system, the Commission shall conduct such review and make such recommendations in consultation with the United States Sentencing Commission. (h) Sense Of Congress, Goal Of Unanimity.—It is the sense of the Congress that, given the national importance of the matters before the Commission, the Commission should work toward unanimously supported findings and supplemental guidance, and that unanimously supported findings and supplemental guidance should take precedence over those findings and supplemental guidance that are not unanimously supported. SEC. 6. MEMBERSHIP. (a) In General.—The Commission shall be composed of 14 members, as follows: (1) One member shall be appointed by the President, who shall serve as co-chairman of the Commission. (2) One member shall be appointed by the leader of the Senate, in consultation with the leader of the House of Representatives, that is a member of the opposite party of the President, who shall serve as co-chairman of the Commission. (3) Two members shall be appointed by the senior member of the Senate leadership of the Democratic Party, in consultation with the Democratic leadership of the Committee on the Judiciary. (4) Two members shall be appointed by the senior member of the Senate leadership of the Republican Party, in consultation with the Republican leadership of the Committee on the Judiciary. (5) Two members shall be appointed by the senior member of the leadership of the House of Representatives of the Republican Party, in consultation with the Republican leadership of the Committee on the Judiciary. (6) Two members shall be appointed by the senior member of the leadership of the House of Representatives of the Democratic Party, in consultation with the Democratic leadership of the Committee on the Judiciary. (7) Two members, who shall be State and local representatives, shall be appointed by the President in agreement with leader of the Senate (majority or minority leader, as the case may be) of the Republican Party and the leader of the House of Representatives (majority or minority leader, as the case may be) of the Republican Party. (8) Two members, who shall be State and local representatives, shall be appointed by the President in agreement with leader of the Senate (majority or minority leader, as the case may be) of the Democratic Party and the leader of the House of Representatives (majority or minority leader, as the case may be) of the Democratic Party. (b) Membership.— (1) QUALIFICATIONS.—The individuals appointed from private life as members of the Commission shall be individuals with distinguished reputations for integrity and nonpartisanship who are nationally recognized for expertise, knowledge, or experience in such relevant areas as— (A) law enforcement; (B) criminal justice; (C) national security; (D) prison and jail administration; (E) prisoner reentry; (F) public health, including physical and sexual victimization, drug addiction and mental health; (G) victims’ rights; (H) civil rights; (I) civil liberties; (J) court administration; (K) social services; and (L) State, local, and tribal government. (2) DISQUALIFICATION.—An individual shall not be appointed as a member of the Commission if such individual possesses any personal financial interest in the discharge of any of the duties of the Commission. (3) TERMS.—Members shall be appointed for the life of the Commission. (c) Appointment; First Meeting.— (1) APPOINTMENT.—Members of the Commission shall be appointed not later than 45 days after the date of the enactment of this Act. (2) FIRST MEETING.—The Commission shall hold its first meeting on the date that is 60 days after the date of enactment of this Act, or not later than 30 days after the date on which funds are made available for the Commission, whichever is later. (3) ETHICS.—At the first meeting of the Commission, the Commission shall draft appropriate ethics guidelines for commissioners and staff, including guidelines relating to conflict of interest and financial disclosure. The Commission shall consult with the Senate and House Committees on the Judiciary as a part of drafting the guidelines and furnish the committees with a copy of the completed guidelines. (d) Meetings; Quorum; Vacancies.— (1) MEETINGS.—The Commission shall meet at the call of the co-chairs or a majority of its members. (2) QUORUM.—Eight members of the Commission shall constitute a quorum for purposes of conducting business, except that 2 members of the Commission shall constitute a quorum for purposes of receiving testimony. (3) VACANCIES.—Any vacancy in the Commission shall not affect its powers, but shall be filled in the same manner in which the original appointment was made. If vacancies in the Commission occur on any day after 45 days after the date of the enactment of this Act, a quorum shall consist of a majority of the members of the Commission as of such day, so long as not less than 1 Commission member chosen by a member of each party, Republican and Democratic, is present. (e) Actions Of Commission.— (1) IN GENERAL.—The Commission— (A) shall, subject to the requirements of section 5, act by resolution agreed to by a majority of the members of the Commission voting and present; and (B) may establish panels composed of less than the full membership of the Commission for purposes of carrying out the duties of the Commission under this title— (i) which shall be subject to the review and control of the Commission; and (ii) any findings and determinations made by such a panel shall not be considered the findings and determinations of the Commission unless approved by the Commission. (2) DELEGATION.—Any member, agent, or staff of the Commission may, if authorized by the co-chairs of the Commission, take any action which the Commission is authorized to take pursuant to this Act. SEC. 7. ADMINISTRATION. (a) Staff.— (1) EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR.—The Commission shall have a staff headed by an Executive Director. The Executive Director shall be paid at a rate established for the Certified Plan pay level for the Senior Executive Service under section 5382 of title 5, United States Code. (2) APPOINTMENT AND COMPENSATION.—The co-chairs of the Commission shall designate and fix the compensation of the Executive Director and, in accordance with rules agreed upon by the Commission, may appoint and fix the compensation of such other personnel as may be necessary to enable the Commission to carry out its functions, without regard to the provisions of title 5, United States Code, governing appointments in the competitive service, and without regard to the provisions of chapter 51 and subchapter III of chapter 53 of such title relating to classification and General Schedule pay rates, except that no rate of pay fixed under this subsection may exceed the equivalent of that payable for a position at level V of the Executive Schedule under section 5316 of title 5, United States Code. (3) PERSONNEL AS FEDERAL EMPLOYEES.— (A) IN GENERAL.—The Executive Director and any personnel of the Commission who are employees shall be employees under section 2105 of title 5, United States Code, for purposes of chapters 63, 81, 83, 84, 85, 87, 89, and 90 of that title. (B) MEMBERS OF COMMISSION.—Subparagraph (A) shall not be construed to apply to members of the Commission. (4) THE COMPENSATION OF COMMISSIONERS.—Each member of the Commission may be compensated at not to exceed the daily equivalent of the annual rate of basic pay in effect for a position at level V of the Executive Schedule under section 5315 of title 5, United States Code, for each day during which that member is engaged in the actual performance of the duties of the Commission. All members of the Commission who are officers or employees of the United States, State, or local government shall serve without compensation in addition to that received for their services as officers or employees. (5) TRAVEL EXPENSES.—While away from their homes or regular places of business in the performance of services for the Commission, members of the Commission shall be allowed travel expenses, including per diem in lieu of subsistence, in the same manner as persons employed intermittently in the Government service are allowed expenses under section 5703(b) of title 5, United States Code. (b) Experts And Consultants.—With the approval of the Commission, the Executive Director may procure temporary and intermittent services under section 3109(b) of title 5, United States Code. (c) Detail Of Government Employees.—Upon the request of the Commission, the head of any Federal agency may detail, without reimbursement, any of the personnel of such agency to the Commission to assist in carrying out the duties of the Commission. Any such detail shall not interrupt or otherwise affect the civil service status or privileges of the Federal employee. (d) Other Resources.—The Commission shall have reasonable access to materials, resources, statistical data, and other information such Commission determines to be necessary to carry out its duties from the Library of Congress, the Department of Justice, the Office of National Drug Control Policy, the Department of State, and other agencies of the executive and legislative branches of the Federal Government. The co-chairs of the Commission shall make requests for such access in writing when necessary. (e) Volunteer Services.—Notwithstanding the provisions of section 1342 of title 31, United States Code, the Commission is authorized to accept and utilize the services of volunteers serving without compensation. The Commission may reimburse such volunteers for local travel and office supplies, and for other travel expenses, including per diem in lieu of subsistence, as authorized by section 5703 of title 5, United States Code. A person providing volunteer services to the Commission shall be considered an employee of the Federal Government in performance of those services for the purposes of chapter 81 of title 5, United States Code, relating to compensation for work-related injuries, chapter 171 of title 28, United States Code, relating to tort claims, and chapter 11 of title 18, United States Code, relating to conflicts of interest. (f) Obtaining Official Data.—The Commission may secure directly from any agency of the United States information necessary to enable it to carry out this Act. Upon the request of the co-chairs of the Commission, the head of that department or agency shall furnish that information to the Commission. The Commission shall not have access to sensitive information regarding ongoing investigations. (g) Mails.—The Commission may use the United States mails in the same manner and under the same conditions as other departments and agencies of the United States. (h) Administrative Reporting.—The Commission shall issue biannual status reports to Congress regarding the use of resources, salaries, and all expenditures of appropriated funds. (i) Contracts.—The Commission is authorized to enter into contracts with Federal and State agencies, private firms, institutions, and individuals for the conduct of activities necessary to the discharge of its duties and responsibilities. A contract, lease or other legal agreement entered into by the Commission may not extend beyond the date of the termination of the Commission. (j) Gifts.—Subject to existing law, the Commission may accept, use, and dispose of gifts or donations of services or property. (k) Administrative Assistance.—The Administrator of General Services shall provide to the Commission, on a reimbursable basis, the administrative support services necessary for the Commission to carry out its responsibilities under this Act. These administrative services may include human resource management, budget, leasing, accounting, and payroll services. (l) Nonapplicability Of FACA And Public Access To Meetings And Minutes.— (1) IN GENERAL.—The Federal Advisory Committee Act (5 U.S.C. App.) shall not apply to the Commission. (2) MEETINGS AND MINUTES.— (A) MEETINGS.— (i) ADMINISTRATION.—All meetings of the Commission shall be open to the public, except that a meeting or any portion of it may be closed to the public if it concerns matters or information described in section 552b(c) of title 5, United States Code. Interested persons shall be permitted to appear at open meetings and present oral or written statements on the subject matter of the meeting. The Commission may administer oaths or affirmations to any person appearing before it. (ii) NOTICE.—All open meetings of the Commission shall be preceded by timely public notice in the Federal Register of the time, place, and subject of the meeting. (B) MINUTES AND PUBLIC AVAILABILITY.—Minutes of each open meeting shall be kept and shall contain a record of the people present, a description of the discussion that occurred, and copies of all statements filed. The minutes and records of all open meetings and other documents that were made available to or prepared for the Commission shall be available for public inspection and copying at a single location in the offices of the Commission. (m) Archiving.—Not later than the date of termination of the Commission, all records and papers of the Commission shall be delivered to the Archivist of the United States for deposit in the National Archives. SEC. 8. AUTHORIZATION FOR USE OF FUNDS. For each of fiscal years 2020 and 2021, the Attorney General may use, from any unobligated balances made available under the heading “General Administration” to the Department of Justice in an appropriations Act, such amounts as are necessary, not to exceed $7,000,000 per fiscal year and not to exceed $14,000,000 total for both fiscal years, to carry out this Act, except that none of the funds authorized to be used to carry out this Act may be used for international travel. SEC. 9. SUNSET. The Commission shall terminate 60 days after the Commission submits the report required under section 5(c) to Congress.
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    Tulip Florez (Democrat)

    nvm
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    Tulip Florez (Democrat)

    Character Name: Tulip Florez Home State: California Previous Job: Government (Lobbyist, Community Organizer, Former Cabinet Secretary, Agency head, or lower rank) Date of Birth: 12/14/1974 Race / Ethnicity: Other (please state in Bio section below) Religion: Protestant Christian Wealth: Upper Class Gender: Female Sexuality: Heterosexual Are you married?: Yes How many children do you have?: 2 Tulip Florez was born in Pasadena, California. Her father John Fernández who was of Anglo-American and Mexican descent was an American diplomat station in Mexico City., and lived and worked in Mexico City. Her Mother Maria Fernández was the Mexican-born daughter of a Spanish father who was a farmer. Just before Tulip Florez was born, her father sent her mother to California to give birth making Tulip a U.S. citizen by birthright. Tulip earned a Bachelor's degree at UC Berkeley majoring in Chinese and political science. She earned a master's degree in international affairs from Tufts University Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy. After college, Florez worked for State Dept and was later a staff member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee. After 2 years as a staff member, Tulip went on to be elected to Congress. Tulip spent 6 years in Congress, representing the country's most diverse district.Tulip Florez served as ViceChairman of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus during her time in Congress After serving in congress Tulip was appointed to serve as U.S. Ambassador to Sweden and later Ambassadors-at-Large for The Office of Global Criminal Justice formerly called the Office of War Crimes Issues.At the end of President Obama term as President Tulip Florez returned home to California to work with the Innocence Project exonerates the wrongly convicted. OOC: multi for an upcoming election View full character
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    Jamie Keys (Democrat)

    Character Name: Jamie Keys Home State: Pennsylvania Previous Job: Politics (Congressman, Governor, Mayor, or lower rank) Date of Birth: 12/01/1983 Race / Ethnicity: Other (please state in Bio section below) Religion: Protestant Christian Wealth: Upper Middle Class Gender: Female Sexuality: Heterosexual Are you married?: Yes How many children do you have?: 1 Raised in Raised in Scranton PA, Jamie Keys served as one of the state ’s youngest Attorney General before being elected to the United States House for Pennsylvania's 11th congressional district in 2016. As a top prosecutor for Pennsylvania, Keys earned a reputation for taking on the big and the powerful to protect Pennsylvania workers and families. Born to Joe James a coal miner who died coal mine explosion in 2006 and Mary James a Highschool Teacher she has battled government and business, the special interests, organized crime, and anyone who would threaten the well-being of Pennsylvanian. Keys has earned a reputation for taking on the big and the powerful to protect Pennsylvania workers and families. She has battled anyone who would threaten the wellbeing of the Northeast View full character
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    Jamie Keys (Democrat)

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    Governor Tulip Florez (@WCGovernor) | Twitter

    Today I endorse for West coast Senate seat a politician that is concerned more about soultions than party. I endorse Republucan Congressman John Allen for West coast Senate seat.
  18. Governor Tulip Florez (@WCGovernor) | Twitter
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    Player Warchests

    40% from both keys and tulip to mac
  20. Mr. Speaker, Since the following is covered by conisunency plan and can change by the whelm of any adminstraction. I move to add a sec 5 as follows I yield
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    Wildfire Relief Package Act of 2020

    Mr. Speaker, I motion for UC. I yield
  22. Mr. Speaker, I object to uc as i spoke earlier with the sponsor before this bill was put on the docket. I wish to add an amendment that they supported. I yield OOC: Will added later tonight I just finished playing two hockey games today and traveling home now.
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    Hate Crime Hotline Act

    Mr. Speaker. Please move for debate. @Wm96
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    Restore Felons’ Voting Rights

    Mr. Speaker please move for debate @Wm96
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    high-quality universal preschool act

    whip level 3 aye
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