Chief Legislature Dilemma
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The Chief Legislature is one of the many roles of the President. In this job, the individual must advise and persuade Congress to create a law. They also must decide to pass or veto a law.
One of my strong beliefs is that all children should be able to have a strong education, including a music education. My goal is to ensure that all children ages 3 to 15 are provided with free music classes included in the school curriculum.
To the Congress: The proposed idea will benefit the children of the nation. Music is proven to improve grades, and reduce stress. It's imperative we treat the young faces of the country with respect, for they are our future.
Congress has heard of your concern, and are willing to propose a Bill: Every Elementary and Middle School will be required to teach children music if the majority of students receive a low grade on the standardized test.
My decision is to veto the law proposed. The Bill should be in effect for everyone, as "All men are created equal."
I apologize for any confusion this may inflict, but my decision to veto this Bill is final. Although true that music will improve grades of our youth, the arts is something that belongs to everyone, not just those who will benefit most by it.
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