California Coastal Commission considers plan to decommission San Onofre nuclear power plant
International Year of Plant Health at the Commission on Phytosanitary Measures (CPM-14)
International Year of Plant Health 2020
The Plant Commission was a commission in the United Kingdom that examined electoral reform started by the Labour Party while in opposition. The Commission was headed by Professor Raymond Plant
and recommended a move to proportional representation as a method of electing British Members of Parliament. Plans for electoral reform were shelved by the incoming Labour government in 1997 when the party won a 179-seat majority under first past the post.
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