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Wildcat Debate Workshop 09

Gangs Aff/Neg


Gangs Aff/Neg 1

Gang Abatement Act Summary 6

Solvency (Funding & Endorsement) 7

Solvency (Cooperation) 9

Solvency (Prevention) 11

Solvency (Crackdowns) 12

Gangs  Crime 16

Adv # White Supremecist Crack Down 17

Adv # Patriarchy 19

Patriarchy- EXT: Link 20

Patriarchy- EXT: Impact 21

Adv # Poverty 22

Poverty- EXT: Link 23

Adv # Drug Trafficking 24

Drug Trafficking- Link 26

Drug Trafficking- Internal Link (Drugs Internationally linked) 27

Drug Trafficking- Impact (Terrorism) 28

Drug Trafficking- Impact (EXT: Terrorism) 29

Drug Trafficking- Impact (Connected to Al Qaeda) 30

Drug Trafficking- Impact (Gangs and Terrorist Work Together) 31

Drug Trafficking- Impact (Poverty) 32

Drug Trafficking- Impact (National Security) 33

Drug Trafficking- Impact (Child Neglect) 34

Adv # Human Trafficking 35

Human Trafficking- Link 37

Human Trafficking- Link (Prostitution) 39

Human Trafficking- Impact (Human Rights) 40

Adv # Small Arms 41

Small Arms- Link 42

Small Arms- Impact (Death) 43

Small Arms- Impact (Soft Power) 44

Adv # Gangs in Military 46

Gangs in Military- Info Sharing Solvency 48

Gangs in Military- Readiness Link 49

Gangs in Military- Readiness Impact 50

Gangs in Military- Heg Impacts (prolif) 51

Adv # Education 52

Education- Gangs challenge safety 54

Education- Fear hurts education 56

Education- Impact (Human Rights) 57

Education- Impact (EXT: Human Rights) 58

Education- Impact (Overpop) 59

Education- Impact (Science Literacy) 60

Education- Impact (Science Literacy I/L) 62

Education- Impact (Science Literacy- Competitiveness Impact Scenario) 63

Adv # Economy 64

Economy- Link (Housing Prices) 66

Economy- Link (Government Expenditures) 67

AT: Cops Racist 68

AT: Prison Overcrowding 71

AT: Federalism 72

AT: States C/P 73

AT: States C/P (1AR Permutation Evidence) 75

AT: Prevention Only C/P 76

Politics- Plan Popular 77

Neg- Solvency 78

Neg- AT: Education 81

Neg- AT: Violence 83

Neg- AT: Drug Trafficking 84

Neg- Racism Turn 85

Neg- Jail Overcrowding DA 86

Neg- Jail Overcrowing DA (Brink) 87

Neg- Federalism DA Link 88

Neg- Federal Overburden DA 90

Prevention Only C/P 91

Neg- Prevention Only C/P (options) 92

Neg- Prevention Only C/P (solvency) 93

Neg-Prevention Only C/P (Politics No Link) 96

Neg- States C/P 97




The 1AC is not complete, the advantages are modules, so you should pick and choose which ones you like best. That is the best way to come up with a good 1AC.

~Dan


1AC

Observation 1- Inherency



The gang abatement and prevention act of 2009 has not passed yet



Gov Track.us, Gang Abatement and Prevention Act of 2009. June 19, 2009. http://www.govtrack.us/congress/bill.xpd?bill=s111-132 accessed July 7, 2009




Introduced

Jan 6, 2009



Referred to Committee

View Committee Assignments



Reported by Committee

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Voted on in Senate

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Voted on in House

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Signed by President

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This bill is in the first step in the legislative process. Introduced bills and resolutions first go to committees that deliberate, investigate, and revise them before they go to general debate. The majority of bills and resolutions never make it out of committee. [Last Updated: Jun 19, 2009 8:46AM]

Last Action:

Jan 6, 2009: Read twice and referred to the Committee on the Judiciary.

Plan- The United States federal government should enact the Gang Abatement and Prevention Act of 2009. Funding and Enforcement guaranteed.




Observation 2- Solvency




The Gang Abatement Act would solve it gives the required funding and prosecution necessary to stop gangs—Which is proved by its support by the National Sheriffs Association

Ted Kamatchus, President of the National Sheriffs Association. Letter to Dianne Feinstein, National Sheriffs Association. January 29, 2007 http://www.sheriffs.org/userfiles/file/Gang%20abatement%20and%20prevention%20act%202007.pdf accessed June 7, 2009


I write to you on behalf of the National Sheriffs' Association to express strong support for the Gang Abatement and Prevention Act of 2007. This much needed legislation takes a necessary step toward addressing the growing epidemic of gang violence that is affecting our entire nation and has even stretched into some of our most rural communities. The National Sheriffs’ Association is the voice of 3,087 elected sheriffs across the country and the largest association of law enforcement professionals in the United States. As chief law enforcement officers in many jurisdictions across the country, sheriffs are aware that gang activity has been directly linked to the narcotics trade, human trafficking, identification documentation falsification and the use of firearms to commit deadly shootings. Thus, NSA recognizes the importance of the programs and initiatives the Gang Abatement and Prevention Act promotes. The Gang Abatement and Prevention Act of 2007 would effectively address the growing problem of gang violence by creating a rational strategy to identify, apprehend, and prosecute gangs across the nation. Specifically, the bill would provide for the designation of High Intensity Interstate Gang Activity Areas (HIIGAAs) to identify, target and eliminate violent gangs in areas where gang activity is particularly prevalent. Such a program is integral to the cooperative efforts of local law enforcement to effectively deal with gang related activities. While our top priority is to fully restore funding for the Edward Byrne Justice Assistance Grant Program, we believe that sheriffs would also benefit from the authorization of $1 billion to assist Federal, State and local law enforcement efforts to combat gang violence and promote gang prevention. Sheriffs hold the well-being and safety of their constituents as their highest priority. Appropriate funding, however, is necessary to effectively maintain safe communities. The Gang Abatement and Prevention Act aptly recognizes this need and allows for sheriffs to address the maladies of gang violence in schools, in local communities, and even across jurisdictions. The Gang Abatement and Prevention Act of 2007 is a comprehensive piece of legislation that addresses both the enforcement and prosecution aspects of the battle against gang violence. The National Sheriffs’ Association and its member sheriffs fully support this legislation and thank you for your continued support of law enforcement.

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