Repeal 'Supporting and Valuing the Humanities'
First, there are numerous and severe issues present with the funding machinist of the target resolution. Regrettably, the target forces the GAO to cease the provision of any funds to a member state found to be misusing funds for the purpose of promoting the humanities. Because of the vital nature of GAO for such purposes as preventing radiological accidents, this has a disproportionate impact on member states, which the repeal correctly identifies as a flaw.
Second, the provision of funds is too broad, allowing for the misuse of WA funds, taken from member states, for trivial purposes, if those purposes have some use which contributes to the humanities. This represents a drain of valuable resources, which ought to be easily fixable, which could prevent the WA from providing appropriate funds to other projects.
To conclude, the target resolution contains numerous flaws with its funding mechanism, which the repeal at-vote correctly targets in order to provide a compelling argument. In order to make way for an improved piece of legislation, this WA Office recommends a vote FOR “Repeal: ‘Supporting And Valuing The Humanities’”.
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