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Policy Debate is a two-vs-two debate format used in the United States of America by the National Forensic League (NFL). Policy Debate is characterized by long speeches with lots of evidence, at high speeds. The Policy Debate format is also used by the National Catholic Forensic League (NCFL), and the National Christian Forensics and Communication Association (NCFCA). Unlike with most debate formats, the NFL uses one Policy Debate topic for the entirety of each school year. Each topic is stated as a resolution. For example, Resolved: The United States federal government should substantially increase alternative energy incentives in the United States.

Policy Debate Topics

Below is a list of current Policy topics. For a complete list of Policy Debate Topic pages, view Category:Policy Debate Topics.

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Learn More About Policy Debate

This is the portal page for the topic Policy Debate. From here, you can find a number of links to information regarding Policy Debate in general, Policy Debate Topics from the NFL, and resources for Policy Debaters.

A complete list of Debatepedia articles related to this topic can be found at Category:Policy Debate.
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