• How to Make a Payment Without a Username and Password
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    How to Make a Payment Without a Username and Password

    [Music] In this video, we will show you how to make a payment without a username and password. To sign up for a username and password, please refer to our logging in videos. We protect all of your confidential information throughout the filing process. First go to the website CDTFA.CA.GOV and at the top right click on login. That will take you to the taxpayer online services portal. Locate the type of account for which you want to make a payment and then click the file, pay and view link above it. Now you’ll be directed to the CDTFA online services page where you can make the payment one of…

  • U.S. States and the China Competition: Secretary Pompeo’s Remarks to the NGA
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    U.S. States and the China Competition: Secretary Pompeo’s Remarks to the NGA

    SECRETARY POMPEO: Thank you, Governor Hogan, Governor Cuomo. Nice to see you. It’s great to be here with you all. I was watching basketball on my phone on the way in – Auburn 91, LSU 90 – and I – it’s a final in overtime. Yes, exactly. I was reminded – you said I’m the 70th Secretary of State. It always reminds me President Trump is the 45th President of the United States, so there is a lot more turnover in my gig than there is in his. (Laughter.) So it’s good to be with you today. I do want to thank Governor Hogan and the vice chair, Governor Cuomo,…

  • Biblioteca Jurídica Digital Agencia Estatal Boletín Oficial del Estado
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    Biblioteca Jurídica Digital Agencia Estatal Boletín Oficial del Estado

    The State Agency Official State Gazette has arranged on its website the so-called Digital Legal Library, a set of free universal access publications which aspires to be a medium diffuser of our legal heritage, of the doctrine of Spanish authors on the different branches of law and from the sources of our historical law. Publications are classified in books, codes, university codes, yearbooks and other publications. The books are ordered in different shelves and sections, to facilitate an organized and structured vision by thematic blocks. The shelves have been organized based on three criteria: By branches of law, by collections edited by the State Agency Official State Gazette and by…

  • INSIGHTS ON PBS HAWAIʻI: Minimum Wage Legislation | Program
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    INSIGHTS ON PBS HAWAIʻI: Minimum Wage Legislation | Program

    STATE LAWMAKERS APPEARED ON THE VERGE OF RAISING HAWAIʻI’S MINIMUM WAGE LAST YEAR. BUT FAILED AT THE LAST MINUTE. NOW, THEY’RE TRYING AGAIN. WITH A REWORKED BILL THAT CRITICS SAY FALLS FAR SHORT OF A SO‑CALLED LIVING WAGE. TO OFFSET HIGH COST LIVING THE ISLANDS. WHAT SHOULD THE MINIMUM WAGE BE? HOW WILL WHATEVER DOES PASS AFFECT SMALL BUSINESS OWNERS WHO WILL ALSO STRUGGLE TO MAKE ENDS MEET? TONIGHT’S LIVE BROADCAST AND LIVESTREAM OF INSIGHTS ON PBS HAWAIʻI START NOW. ¶¶ [INTRO MUSIC] ¶¶ ALOHA AND WELCOME TO INSIGHTS ON PBS HAWAIʻI…I’M DARYL HUFF. DEMOCRATIC STATE LAWMAKERS AND THE GOVERNOR STARTED THE YEAR UNIFIED AROUND A PLAN TO GRADUALLY RAISE…

  • Wäsche-Talk: Kinderrechte ins Grundgesetz?
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    Wäsche-Talk: Kinderrechte ins Grundgesetz?

    Hi guys. Time for the laundry, time for a new laundry talk. Today I decided to deal with the topic of children’s rights in the constitution, because it’s politically relevant right now. What exactly are children’s rights? The child rights conventions were established in 1989. And Germany signed it in 1992. All countries have signed it, except Somalia and the USA. So everybody is a part of it. Children’s rights sound good, doesn’t it? Let me read to you what rights children have according to the child rights conventions: All children have the same rights. No child must be disadvantaged. Children have the right to live healthily, to find security…

  • Introduction to Human Rights | Lesson 11: “Economic, Social and Cultural Rights”
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    Introduction to Human Rights | Lesson 11: “Economic, Social and Cultural Rights”

    I’m talking about economic, social, and cultural Rights. First, some history. In the late 1940s a British sociologist, T.H. Marshall, mapped the historical progress of rights in a way that linked civil rights with the eighteenth century, political rights with the nineteenth century, and social rights were seen as the great leap forward that would characterize the twentieth century. In terms of law, efforts to recognize certain forms of social rights go back a very long way, but we can usefully begin by noting the Constitutions of Mexico and the Soviet Union, in 1917, followed by that of the Weimar Republic, and many of the Latin American constitutions of the…

  • China’s Constitution – Preamble – CC subtitles
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    China’s Constitution – Preamble – CC subtitles

    Journey Around China’s Constitution: Preamble There is not a day that goes by in most of our lives where the word “China’ is not mentioned at least once, it is important that we all take the time to understand the legal foundation of the idea, that is, China. Constitutions can be long and sometimes very boring to read. However, they are fundamental documents, which provide a framework for the workings of a society. China’s constitution is no exception. This series of videos: “China’s Constitution”, sets out in Chinese and English the constitutional text, the legal basis upon which the Chinese state is established and operates. China’s constitution is comprised of…

  • Jeff Deist on PC and the State-Linguistic Complex
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    Jeff Deist on PC and the State-Linguistic Complex

    This is Mises weekends with your host, Jeff Deist. Ladies and gentlemen, earlier today I had an opportunity to speak to a group of lawyers at the Federalist Society luncheon in Montgomery, Alabama. Given everything that’s been going on this week. Alex Jones being kicked off of several social media sites, our friend Scott Horton and Daniel McAdams being deplatformed by Twitter. I decided to talk about free speech in the age of big tech and inquire whether these are truly private companies or whether they are, in fact, highly state connected almost government-sponsored enterprises that are involved in a very PC, very sinister and very illiberal suppression of thought…