67th Girls Nation Congress
To create a regulation guideline for the additive printing process.
IN THE SENATE OF GIRLS NATION
Senators Guraya andRoth of Alabama introduced the following bill; which was referred to Committee .
BE IT ENACTED BY THE SENATE OF GIRLS NATION ASSEMBLED.
SECTION 1. TITLE
This act may be cited as the "Regulation of Additive Printing Act".
SECTION 2. PURPOSE
The Regulation of Additive Printing Act will create a regulation guideline for printers with certain capabilities, and the owners that use such printers.
SECTION 3. DEFINITIONS
The additive printing process refers to the use of 3D printers to create certain objects.
SECTION 4. REGULATION OF ADDITIVE PRINTING
The Regulation of Additive Printing entails that:
(A) 3D printers will be registered in correlation to their capabilities.
(1) NASA will decide the types of printers needing registration.
(B) Those wishing to possess one of the aforementioned printers will need to undergo
background checks in order to receive a 3D printing license, in order to receive the printer.
(C) Those wishing to possess one of the aforementioned printers will also need to take a 3D
printing ethics class in order to understand the destructive and constructive capabilities of
the additive process.
(D) This act applies to all citizens, including those in the architecture, construction, industrial
design, automotive, aerospace, military, engineering, civil engineering, dental and
medical, biotechnology (i.e. human tissue replacement), fashion, footwear, jewelry,
eyewear, education, geographic information systems, food, etc industries.
SECTION 5. EFFECTIVE DATE
This act shall be made effective for all citizens of the United States six months after its passage.
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