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Explain the Federal Impeachment Law

Explain the Federal Impeachment Law

In the United States, impeachment is a communicated force of the lawmaking body that permits formal charges to be laid against an officer of government for violations affirmed to have been conferred while in office. Trial on these charges and implementing the evacuation of an authority after the…


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New Mexico abortion clinic may be violating laws

New Mexico abortion clinic may be violating laws

A criminal referral has been issued by The Select Panel on Infant Lives last week to the New Mexico Attorney General Hector Balderas. The referral is against University of New Mexico and Southwestern Women´s Option, a late-term abortion clinic. The Select Panel has stated that the Southwestern…


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What is the new FAST program for border crossing?

What is the new FAST program for border crossing?

USA and Canada have always collaborated to make sure that their common borders are safe,and FAST is the clear proof that this collaboration is stronger than ever. The program was designed to ensure the safety of each country while controlling and monitoring trade. The program was especially designed…


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Why should you incorporate your business?

Why should you incorporate your business?

In order to have a successful business, you have to dedicate all your time and efforts towards this goal. It can take months or even years before you can have a stable business, and even then you have to be very careful and avoid or overcome obstacles that might encounter. Many business owners…


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The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)

The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)

According to the U.S. Census Bureau Survey of Income and Program Participation, around 48.9 million people in the United States have a disability. Most common disabilities include physical, such as blindness, mental, sensory, emotional, and developmental. A disability may be present from birth, or…


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Obama's gun laws

Obama's gun laws

There have been so many devastating shootings throughout the world: at schools, at malls, on the streets, and not always in war-torn countries. Since Obama has been President, he has considered drastic gun control proposals that would create different guidelines for being registered as a gun dealer…


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Civil Rights Act of 1964

Civil Rights Act of 1964

This law outlawed discrimination based on national origin, sex, color, race and religion and few days ago this law turned 51. This law proved that people were not so narrow-minded after all and that they were willing to accept people who were different from them. Still legislation left out group of…


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Why It's so Hard Tightening Gun Control Laws

Why It's so Hard Tightening Gun Control Laws

The recent racially motivated shooting in Charleston, resulting in the death of nine innocent churchgoers, prompted the usual spate of calls for stricter gun laws and the control of private access to guns, including from President Obama. The debate over the extent of gun control and the curtailment…


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How many laws do we have?

How many laws do we have?

When we think about the laws and the rules sometimes it may seem like we can’t do one single thing wrong without being punished. It is completely normal for every country to have their law, because it is one of the ways we can stop people from doing anything wrong (or at least we think so).…


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Paid vacation

Paid vacation

When it comes to this law, many people are complaining about it, because sometimes it is really difficult to get your vacation, let alone get paid for that. Have you ever wondered what your rights are when it comes to this and do you even have them? Unfortunately there is no law that protects…


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Overtime work

Overtime work

Employees are often used by their employers because they are forcing them to work overtime, which is not that hard in case you are actually paid for that, but if you aren’t there might be a problem. Federal overtime pay laws is asking from employers to pay the employees in case they are…


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Marriage and divorce in Switzerland

Marriage and divorce in Switzerland

Switzerland is one of the most powerful and economically stable countries in the world, that’s why a lot of people want to live there, and one of their ways is to get married in Switzerland. If you live there legally, you will be permitted to get married. As of 1 January 2011 illegal…


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Federal law when it comes to product safety in Switzerland

Federal law when it comes to product safety in Switzerland

If we are talking about product safety in Switzerland, there is a great market control and the manufacturers have certain obligations when it comes to selling their products. Switzerland must guarantee for every product sold from the country, and their Federal Law must be identical to the…


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Vague And Innumerable Federal Laws

Vague And Innumerable Federal Laws

There are large numbers of Americans that are unhappy with the exact ways in which the federal laws have been working. It is true that the president and the congress have given the Americans an incredible numbers of laws, but unfortunately, most laws are difficult for the voters to understand.…


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Managing Cyber-crime With The Help Of Federal Laws

Managing Cyber-crime With The Help Of Federal Laws

Identity theft and data breaches have increased more than ever. It is because of this reason that the need for federal laws that could offer protection against the theft is felt all the more. The law can protect consumers against the consumer theft. Americans are increasingly getting dependent on…


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Amsterdam and their drug tourism

Amsterdam and their drug tourism

Amsterdam is one of the most popular cities in Europe, and surely attracts a lot of tourists. People are friendly and nice, and you can see a lot of beautiful museums, great architecture, and something that is widely known in Amsterdam - the canal. What is also very popular among tourists all around…


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National Labor Relations Act

National Labor Relations Act

The National Labor Relations Act is known as the Wagner Act, guarantee a basic rights for the employees. Using this act, they can do collective bargain, organize into trading unions and strike if necessary. All workers can found or be part of a trade union, which are used for worker protection and…


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What happened to Fauna Jackson (16) while missing in Grand Teton National Park?

Fauna Jackson was last seen on Thursday, August 4th and a large search was started. The 16-year-old from Ohio was volunteering in Wyoming´s Grand Teton National Park. After 24 hours, a group of 60 people were combing the national park in search of Ms. Jackson. By Saturday, more than 100 people…

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“Burkini” ban enforced in Nice, France

There is no doubt that recent terrorist acts in France have left an atmosphere of fear in the country. With the latest terrorist event that took place in Nice on July 14, authorities are taking initiatives that might be on the brink of controversial since they deal with religious concepts. The…