|2013-II Economic Stimulus and Infrastructure Investment Act|
|Short Title||2013-II Economic Stimulus and Infrastructure Investment Act|
|Colloquial Acronym||2013-II ESIIA|
|Enacted||July 11, 2013|
|UTC Parts(s) Amended||Pre-Codification|
The 2013-II Economic Stimulus and Infrastructure Investment Act was Major Executive Maine's most famous legislative achievement of 2013-II, his first trimester as Major Executive. It created massive recruitment incentives, stimulated the economy with 1,000 more tri, distributed mass amounts of funds to various government accounts, made it free to start a business (it used to cost a fee), created artwork incentives, and set up development of a Triumvirate central forum. The law lead to intense conflict between the conservative Speaker of the Administration, Andrew Mearl, and Major Executive Nathan Maine and became the subject of the Halloween Shutdown when Speaker Mearl attempted to use the government shutdown as leeway to curtail the vast amounts of spending in the bill.
The most famous effect of the law is the recruitment incentives program, which has been largely maintained, and produced positive results.
A copy of the original law in history and successive amendments can be found at Archive:2013-II Economic Stimulus and Infrastructure Investment Act.