If you could make ONE new law enforceable, in your country only, what would it be and why?

If you could make ONE new law enforceable, in your country only, what would it be and why?

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  1. Healthy food, clean water, shelter (both from weather and temperature), electricity, and high-speed internet, are human rights. To deny those without just cause would be illegal.
    And the responsibility of providing them falls on the federal government.

  2. Nationalise utilities. I’d love to say my main motivation here is some left-wing view about being against privatization, but its more because I hate my water company and want to hurt them

  3. I drive a Toyota. Most Toyotas I have ever driven have an emergency brake handle in the center console. There is a button on top of the handle used to disengage the brake. When not engaged, the button is just sits idle with no function. While driving I think of it was one of two things.

    1. In cases of anger, I imagine it controls two 50 caliber machine guns located where my headlights are.

    2. In cases of impatience, it fires and EMP pulse into the vehicle in front of me disabling it and destroying all electronics inside the vehicle.

    I think there should be a law that enables me to have these two things I am free from prosecution when I choose to use them.

  4. It is illegal to wear flip flops in public beyond 25 feet from a pool or beach. Violators will be prosecuted and sentenced to 18 years in prison and to the electric chair following time served.

  5. Same sex unions, equal to marriage but not defined as one, because that can only be possible after a Constitutional Ammendment and opening up the Constitution is not politically acceptable at this moment in time.

  6. It’s a state constitutional right in New Mexico, but it’d be a treat law nationwide, where a public referendum and enough signatures from the public could force a grand jury/criminal trial (states, like Wisconsin, don’t have grand juries) in the event that the DA refused to bring charges.

    May sound like vigilantism, but it was done in response to other southern states protecting lynch mobs.

  7. Cruising in the left on a multi-lane highway even if when going over the speed limit is $1000 fine.

    It’d have to be the first of highway police priorities.

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