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THE 51st PARLIAMENT OF THE COMMONWEALTH OF ASTORIA
JANUARY 5, 2019 — JANUARY 5, 2022
1st Session: January 5, 2019 — December 20, 2019
2nd Session: January 5, 2020 — December 20, 2020
3rd Session: January 5, 2021 — December 20, 2021
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Baishan Wallace
FIRST MINISTER OF ASTORIA


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Jason Voll
LEADER OF THE OPPOSITION

Senate[edit]

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     National 22
     Labor-Democratic 14
     Blue Socialist 13
     Liberal 6
     Crossbench 10

List of Senators[edit]

Olympia[edit]

South Columbia[edit]

Portland[edit]

Nez Perce[edit]

Ochoco[edit]

House of Commons[edit]

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Government
     Labor-Democratic 70

Official opposition
     Blue Socialist 59

Other oppositition
     National 57
     Liberal 9

List of Representatives[edit]

Olympia[edit]

South Columbia[edit]

Portland[edit]

Nez Perce[edit]

Ochoco[edit]

Proceedings[edit]

Legislation[edit]

S-443: Confronting and Addressing Sexual Exploitation of Young Girls Act[edit]

An act to confront and address the sexual exploitation of young girls by providing law enforcement the necessary tools and avenues to apprehend and bring to justice human traffickers and manufacturers of sexually exploitative material, and other provisions

  • July 3, 2020 Introduced This bill was introduced into the Senate by Carol Dunajski (N-OC).
  • July 4, 2020 Referred to committee This bill was referred to the Senate Committee on Justice.

Summary of bill: Would expand the powers of federal law enforcement agencies monitor online communication to detect human sex trafficking operations, strengthen regulations concerning the production and distribution pornographic material to ensure consent and legality, create a new federal alert system for missing children, and increase the liability of websites that fail to remove sexual content depicting minors.


H-3715: Responsible and Fair Policing Act[edit]

An act to reform policing in the Commonwealth, protect citizens, officers, and to gather data on the application of the use of force, and other provisions

  • June 25, 2020 Introduced This bill was introduced into the House by Jasmin Scheer (L-OL).
  • June 26, 2020 Referred to committee This bill was referred to the House Committee on Justice.

Summary of bill: Would prohibit the use chokeholds, prohibit unmarked police patrol vehicles, limit qualified immunity, provide grants to modernize training standards and to establish civilian police boards, require all uses of lethal force be reported to the Commonwealth Police Bureau, and directs the Ministry of Justice to draft federal guidelines for police conduct and training.


H-2572: Reinvigorating and Uplifting Rural Astorian Lives Act[edit]

An act to provide resources needed to stimulate rural economies, increase access to healthcare, create high-paying jobs, build infrastructure, and for other purposes

  • June 1, 2020 Introduced
    This bill was introduced into the House by Abe Joiner (B-OC).
  • June 4, 2020 Referred to committee
    This bill was referred to the House Committee on Economic Development.
  • June 28, 2020 Passed Senate
    This bill passed the Senate with an amendment by a vote of 41-23.

Summary of bill: Would allocate approximately $8.3 billion to Astoria's rural regions to be used for a variety of purposes.


H-2521: Protecting Astorian Housing Act[edit]

An act to amend the Fair Housing Act of 1985 to protect Astorian housing and keep it affordable to all citizens of the Commonwealth

  • May 23, 2020 Introduced
    This bill was introduced into the House by Rep. Sarah Brasher (N-PL).
  • May 24, 2020 Referred to committee
    This bill was referred to the House Committee on Economic Development.
  • June 20, 2020 Passed House
    This bill passed House by a vote of 131-64.
  • June 20, 2020 Passed Senate
    This bill passed the Senate by a vote of 45-20.
  • June 23, 2020 Signed by President
    This bill was signed by President Quinn Foster and became law.

Summary of bill: Would prohibit non-Astorian citizens from buying property.

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Other[edit]

2019 First Minister election[edit]

Third House vote (January 16, 2019)

Candidate Votes
Baishan Wallace (Lab-Dem) 112
Julia Harris (Nat) 83

Second House vote (January 12, 2019)

Candidate Votes
Baishan Wallace (Lab-Dem) 70
Julia Harris (Nat) 70
Andre Cross (BluSoc) 55

First House vote (January 9, 2019)

Candidate Votes
Baishan Wallace (Lab-Dem) 70
Julia Harris (Nat) 66
Andre Cross (BluSoc) 59

Second Senate vote (January 17, 2019)

Candidate Votes
Aye 36
Nay 29

First Senate vote (January 10, 2019)

Candidate Votes
Aye 24
Nay 41

Committees[edit]

Senate[edit]

  • Committee on Agriculture
  • Committee on Appropriations
  • Committee on the Armed Forces
  • Committee on Banking
  • Committee on the Budget
  • Committee on Commerce
  • Committee on Education
  • Committee on Executive Appointments
  • Committee on Energy
  • Committee on the Environment
  • Committee on Finance
  • Committee on Foreign Relations
    • Subcommittee on Asia
    • Subcommittee on Africa
    • Subcommittee on Canada
    • Subcommittee on the Conference of American States
    • Subcommittee on China
    • Subcommittee on Japan
    • Subcommittee on Sierra
    • Subcommittee on South America
    • Subcommittee on Superior
    • Subcommittee on Europe
  • Committee on Labor and Pensions
  • Committee on Natural Resources
    • Subcommittee on Timber and Logging
  • Committee on Internal Security
  • Committee on Justice
  • Committee on Senate Rules

House of Commons[edit]

  • Committee on Agriculture
  • Committee on Appropriations
  • Committee on the Armed Forces
  • Committee on Banking
  • Committee on the Budget
  • Committee on Commerce
  • Committee on Economic Development
    • Subcommittee on Urban Development
    • Subcommittee on Rural Development
  • Committee on Education
  • Committee on Elections
  • Committee on Energy
  • Committee on Ethics
    • Ad Hoc Subcommittee on the Lee Remington Investigation
    • Ad Hoc Subcommittee on the Mark Howse Investigation
  • Committee on the Environment
  • Committee on Finance
  • Committee on Foreign Relations
    • Subcommittee on Asia
    • Subcommittee on Africa
    • Subcommittee on Europe
    • Subcommittee on North America
    • Subcommittee on South America
    • Subcommittee on Oceania
    • Subcommittee on the Conference of American States
  • Committee on Labor
  • Committee on Internal Security
    • Subcommittee on Cybersecurity
  • Committee on Justice
  • Committee on Revenue
  • Committee on Science and Technology
    • Subcommittee on the Internet
  • Committee on House Rules
  • Ad Hoc Committee on COVID-19