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Law & Legal Issues
Police and Law Enforcement
Can a police officer of government official legally coerce a citizen to enter another citizens home in order to retieve what maybe illegal in order to make an arrest and prosecute?
How is an elected official of the US Government removed from office?
Why is it necessary for the national government to be able to pass laws that will directly affect the citizens of the states?
Asked in Democracy
Do Democratic Governments always enjoy the support of their citizens?
What are the most important duties of government?
When the government has laissez faire economic politics what were they doing about his business?
It depends entirely on who "they" are and who "his" business belongs to. Assuming that this is a pure laissez-faire system, the government would not interfere in business activities in any way save to prosecute criminal acts, such as an employee murdering another employee. The government would not employ any regulations.
What is another word for immigrants who are now American citizens?
Asked in Nouns
What is the feminine form of consul?
Asked in Politics and Government
What is the basic duties of government?
The basic duties of any government is to provide for the security of its citizens and to pass laws that improve the well being of the nation. Security means both protection from outside forces and to create and enforce laws internally that guarantee the safety of its citizens. The government must insure that every citizen is treated equally under its laws. Another basic duty is to have its citizens the right to vote for political positions in the government. Under basic duties is the freedom of speech and religion.
Asked in Politics and Government, History
What are people in a nation who are citizens of another nation called?
Asked in Domestic Dogs, Newspapers and Magazines
What is the topic of Article IV of the Constitution?
article IV explains the relationship of the states to one another and to the national government . This article requires each state to give citizens of other states the same rights as its own citizens, addresses the admission of new states, and guarantees that the national government will protect the states.
Asked in Law & Legal Issues, US Constitution
Which group is primarily responsible for informing citizens about new National Laws?
What is another name for racial segregation in Africa?
Asked in Countries, States, and Cities
What really makes a country bilingual?
Asked in Definitions
What is Government by foreigners definition plus an example?
Government by foreigners means just what it says. Instead of the government comprising people from the country itself, it comprises people from, or loyal to, other countries. For an example: the USA has many people in its government who hold dual nationality. They are citizens both of the US and of another country.
Asked in Criminal Law
Can a state prosecute on a crime that happens in another state?
No. the individual states can only prosecute crimes that occurred within their own state. EXCEPTION: If the crime originated in one state but actually physically took place in another, OR - you stole something in one state and transported it into the other state, then you HAVE violated that state's law and can be prosecuted for THAT offense.
Asked in History of the United States
Why is September 11 2001 significant?
The September 11, 2001 attacks on the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center are significant for many reasons. One of them is that many innocent people died in what was reported by the government as a terrorist attack. Another is that not everyone believes the official report based on evidence that was reported after it came out, leading those people to doubt their own government. Yet another is that the attacks instilled fear in the people and gave way to laws that could have the power to take away freedoms from United States citizens.