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The Legislative Fonts Act of 2008

HR. 351

To amend the types of fonts mandated in the Legislative Fonts Act of 1991.


IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES OF PICAIRN
MARCH 12TH, 2008
Mr. JONES (for himself, Mr. BROWN, Mr. WALKER, Mrs. ADRIANA, Mrs. OLIVEIRA, Mr. ANGUILAR) introduced the following bill;
which was read twice and referred to the Committee on Ways and Means.


A BILL

To amend the types of fonts mandated in the Legislative Fonts Act of 1991.
    Be it enacted by the House of Lords and House of Representatives of the Empire of Picairn in Parliament assembled,

SECTION 1. SHORT TITLE.

    This Act may be cited as the "Legislative Fonts Act of 2008".

SECTION 2. AMENDMENTS TO THE LEGISLATIVE FONTS ACT OF 1991.

    (a) IN GENERAL.—The following amendments shall be applied to the Legislative Fonts Act of 1991:

      (1) Replacing the headlines font from Times New Roman to Cheltenham with the size of 300.

      (2) Other types of fonts for general texts which shall be accepted in bills and statutes are: DeVinne, New Century Schoolbook and Times New Roman with the size of 120.

    (b) EFFECTIVE DATE.—This Act shall take effect immediately for all legal documents on the date of its enactment.


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