A Resolution to Prevent Use of Social Media by Elected US Officials

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Title of Legislation * A Resolution to Prevent Use of Social Media by Elected US Officials
Designation * Super Session
Date of Congress * 1/13/17
* WHEREAS, There have been discrepancies on the authority of the U.S Officials’ social media accounts’ posts and the opinion of the U.S citizens, and
2 WHEREAS, These social media posts do not necessarily represent the goals and Constitution of the United States, and
3 WHEREAS, These discrepancies cause the constituency to question the authority and purpose of these accounts, and
4 WHEREAS, These questions could also be considered by other U.S officials and officials in other nations, and
5 WHEREAS, These questions cause distrust in government officials from the constituency, therefore,
6 BE IT RESOLVED, That this Congress here assembled, ban the use and creation of social media accounts for official governmental positions of power, and
7 BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the people of said positions maintain their personal private accounts separate from the position they hold.
Respectfully Submitted, Name of School * Respectfully Submitted by Christ the King High School

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