This case fiats the federal courts to make a ruling in the currently pending case of Jenkins v. NCAA.
This case attempts to change the Status Quo that has a limited program of federally funded instruction in American Indian/Native American and Alaskan Native languages.
The federal government sends money to the states to subsidize mass transit from the Federal Transit Administration ($12 billion/year) and the Highway Trust Fund ($8 billion/year). Both of these are a waste of money because mass transit is not an economical way to move Americans in this century, and because federal funding distorts decision-making at the local level. Highways are where Americans move and it should be prioritized in funding.
AFF Plan repeals the Jones Act. Key issues for the Negative are Affirmative misunderstanding of the statistics on shipping, lost jobs in US shipbuilding, and essential national security of having US-owned ships that can meet shipping needs in war time.
This brief stops the plan that adds funding to increase the number of students enrolled in the Washington, DC, school system voucher program.