• Too Far? NAACP Magazine Shows Scalia With Confederate Bandana
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    Too Far? NAACP Magazine Shows Scalia With Confederate Bandana

    the calmer all of the n_ double a_c_p_’s official magazine features justice antonin scalia with the confederate bandana so the question is did they go too far why or why not so let me give you got some of the backstory here real fast why did they make this cover well it was in direct response to a comment that scalia made about the voting rights act he called it they perpetuation of racial entitlement i cringe just when i repeat it so those of you who know the history of the voting rights act know how profoundly ridiculous that comment is the voting rights act of nineteen sixty five…

  • Health Care Reform Patient’s Bill of Rights.flv
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    Health Care Reform Patient’s Bill of Rights.flv

    >>BETSY SYKES: WHAT, DR. SILBERMAN IS THE PATIENT’S BILL OF RIGHTS AND HOW WILL THIS COMPONENT OF REFORM AFFECT REGULATION OF INSURANCE COMPANIES AND HOW WILL THIS IMPACT INSURANCE CONSUMERS?>>DR. PAM SILBERMAN: THE PATIENTS’ BILL OF RIGHTS IS AN EFFORT TO TRY TO PROVIDE JUST LIKE IT SAYS TO PROVIDE CONSUMER PROTECTIONS TO INDIVIDUALS, PARTICULARLY AS IT RELATES TO INSURANCE COVERAGE. SO LET ME JUST GIVE YOU A COUPLE OF EXAMPLES. ONE OF THE THINGS I MENTIONED EARLIER IS THAT INSURANCE COMPANIES CAN NO LONGER HAVE LIFETIME LIMITS IN THEIR PLANS OR THEY CAN NO LONGER HAVE ANNUAL LIMITS. SO YOU CAN’T ALL OF A SUDDEN RUN OUT OF INSURANCE…

  • The Indian Removal Act Explained in 5 Minutes: US History Review
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    The Indian Removal Act Explained in 5 Minutes: US History Review

    Hi guys, welcome to US history Thanks for pressing my button on I’m going to press your brain button right now as we take a few minutes to go over a huge piece of legislation It’s called the Indian Removal Act of 1830. and we’re gonna take a look at it right now. So Andrew Jackson you better watch out because we’re coming to get you this time. Alright let’s go “git-r-done” Alright let’s set context first: by 1830, most of the Native American tribes, especially in the Northeast had been annexed, sent away, had been destroyed, had been broken up. But there are hundreds of thousands of Native Americans…

  • Legislation – Finding Legal Sources
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    Legislation – Finding Legal Sources

    Legislative process is the process by which laws are created and promulgated by the Commonwealth Parliament and respective State parliaments. Usually, a Bill is introduced into one of the houses of parliament, is passed by that house and agreed to in identical form by the other house, and receives the assent of the Crown, becoming an Act of Parliament. The term legislation can refer to a single law (also known as an act or statute) or a collection of laws. Australian governments make legislation for their jurisdiction freely available on their websites. 1. To find WA legislation, head to the Western Australian Legislation website • From the left hand menu,…

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    Your Legislators: Federal Real ID Act (March 31, 2016)

    AMENDMENT WE COULD PUT ON THE BILL. BILL. >>Barry: WE HAVE A COUPLE OF>>Barry: WE HAVE A COUPLE OF ISSUES THAT I DON’T THINK WILL ISSUES THAT I DON’T THINK WILL TAKE MUCH TIME. TAKE MUCH TIME. A IS GOING ON WITH THE FEDERAL A IS GOING ON WITH THE FEDERAL REAL I.D. ACT. REAL I.D. ACT. COULD BE IMPORTANT TO PEOPLE COULD BE IMPORTANT TO PEOPLE GETTING ON AIRPLANES. GETTING ON AIRPLANES. ANYBODY GOING TO UPDATE US ON ANYBODY GOING TO UPDATE US ON THIS QUICKLY? THIS QUICKLY? >>I AM ON THE TRANSPORTATION>>I AM ON THE TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE. COMMITTEE. SENATOR EKEN I DON’T KNOW IF YOU SENATOR EKEN I…

  • Hamilton on Federal Overreach
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    Hamilton on Federal Overreach

    Not valid. That’s what Alexander Hamilton called any federal act contrary to the Constitution. In Federalist paper #78, Hamilton wrote: “There is no position which depends on clearer principles, than that every act of a delegated authority contrary to the tenor of the commission under which it is exercised is void.” And from this Hamilton drew the only logical conclusion. the road “No legislative act, therefore, contrary to the Constitution, can be valid.” In a nutshell, Hamilton told us the federal government is not supreme. Whatever authority it has was delegated to it by a higher authority – the people of the several states. If the federal government exercises any…

  • Constitution Act, 1982
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    Constitution Act, 1982

    The Constitution Act, 1982) is a part of the Constitution of Canada. The act was introduced as part of Canada’s process of patriating the constitution, introducing several amendments to the British North America Act, 1867, and changing the latter’s name in Canada to the Constitution Act, 1867. Elizabeth II, as Queen of Canada, brought the act into effect with a proclamation she signed in Ottawa on April 17, 1982. The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms forms the first thirty-five sections of the Constitution Act, 1982. As of 2015, the government of Quebec has never formally approved of the enactment of the act, though formal consent was never necessary. Nonetheless,…