USG General Assembly Legislation

Included on this page are resolutions and bills that the USG General Assembly has passed during the 2016-2017 academic year.

This page contains only the names, dates, and final texts of legislation. To see the General Assembly's discussion on the legislation and whether there were any amendments since its introduction, please check the minutes from the date when the legislation was either introduced or passed.

Resolutions

"A Resolution is a piece of legislation that deals with a subject or issue USG does not directly control (e.g. any legislation stating a problem or grievance to the University administration, to a major organization not under USG, etc.). "  - Operating Bylaws, Article V, Section A, 2.

No. Name Introduced Passed Download
R26-01 A Call for Accountability in the Admissions Policy and Increased Financial Transparency 10/11/16 10/11/16
R26-02 Access to Free Menstrual Health Products 12/05/16 02/21/17
R26-04 A Resolution to Condemn President Trump’s Immigration Restrictions 03/07/17 03/07/17
         

All active resolutions

* Denotes that a piece of legislation is currently tabled and has not yet been passed; as such, the linked text is subject to change before being passed.

Bills

"A Bill is any piece of legislation that deals with a subject or issue USG directly controls (e.g. amending bylaws, creation of officers, etc.)." - Operating Bylaws, Article V, Section A, 1.

No. Name Introduced Passed Download
B25-08 A Bill to Amend the USG Operating Bylaws 11/3/2015 12/1/2015
B25-12 A Bill to Amend the Operating Bylaws Regarding the Speaker of the General Assembly 11/17/2015 12/1/2015
B25-13 A Bill to Implement a Performance Review System 11/12/2015 12/1/2015
B25-11 A Bill to Establish the Fall 2016 Budget 03/15/2016 03/29/2016
B25-14 Referendum to Determine Student Support for Possible Tobacco Policies 03/29/2016 03/29/2016
B25-15 A Referendum to Amend the Constitution 03/15/2016 03/15/2016

* Denotes that a piece of legislation is currently tabled and has not been passed; as such, the linked text is subject to change before being passed.