June 30, 1998: Tupac Graduates from Yale, and announces he is leaving the music industry, and that he is running for Congress as a representative of New York on the Republican ticket and a strict constitutional platform. During his political career, he would be good friends with Ron Paul from Texas.
May 13, 1999: Tupac and Ron Paul propose the Sanctity of Life Act, which would set a mandatory cooldown time for abortion counseling at least 24 hours before the operation, alongside capping the time of abortions to a maximum time of 18 weeks into a pregnancy. The bill is passed by a unanimous majority in both the House and the Senate, forcing Bill Clinton to sign it. Planned parenthood immediately goes to the Supreme Court, saying it is unconstitutional.
August 24, 1999: the Supreme Court overturns Roe v Wade by a Unanimous Majority saying, in Planned Parenthood v Shakur and Paul that the Federal government has the right to regulate abortion. Massive protests occur which quickly subside when Tupac tells the crowds that he “never said abortion was made illegal, but there has to be something done about the massive rates of abortion in this country” as well as accusing them of hypocrisy by opposing the death sentence of murderers and rapists in one hand, and on the other remaining silent on compulsory abortions in China ,adding that early feminists actually opposed abortion saying it is a symptom rather than a solution, to sexism.
January, 2000: Tupac proposes a bill that would repeal all gun control laws in the USA. That bill passes through the House and Senate, but is vetoed by Bill Clinton
June 16, 2000 As a birthday present, Tupac receives a Harley Davidson motorcycle, which Pac uses every day to get to congress.