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2022 Debate Resolutions

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2022 Policy Debate Resolution Voting Options

Resolution One

The United States Federal Government should significantly reform its policies regarding convicted prisoners under federal jurisdiction.

Resolution Two

The United States Federal Government should significantly reform its policies regarding federally recognized tribes in the United States.

Resolution Three

The United States Federal Government should substantially reform its policies regarding affordable housing.

Policy Resolution One

The United States Federal Government should significantly reform its policies regarding convicted prisoners under federal jurisdiction.

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Policy Resolution Two

The United States Federal Government should significantly reform its policies regarding federally recognized tribes in the United States.

Policy Resolution Three

The United States Federal Government should substantially reform its policies regarding affordable housing.

2022 Value Debate Resolution Voting Options

Resolution One

Imposing conditions on humanitarian aid is morally justified.

Resolution Two

In the context of innovation, the proactionary principle ought to be valued above the precautionary principle.

Resolution Three

When in conflict, a corporation's responsibility to its shareholders ought to be valued above its responsibility to its stakeholders.

Value Debate Resolution One

Imposing conditions on humanitarian aid is morally justified.

Value Debate Resolution Two

In the context of innovation, the proactionary principle ought to be valued above the precautionary principle.

Value Debate Resolution Three

When in conflict, a corporation's responsibility to its shareholders ought to be valued above its responsibility to its stakeholders.