What is a set of written laws that apply to everyone under a government?
A 'code of law'
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Does the national labor relations act apply to public sector unions or are they under the jurisdiction of the individual states?
In Canada there are three levels of regulatory bodies that have a say in what is acceptable for the body piercing industry. The Federal government under Health Canada, the Provincial government under Environmental Protection and finally the municipal or city government under bylaws and business licensing. Federal regulations apply to every province in Canada without exception. Provincial regulations apply to every municipality or city in the province without exception. Municipal bylaws and licensing regulations apply…
Kids prices apply to .... For example: Kids prices apply to children under the age of 12. The word "applies" is the present tense of the second person of the verb "to apply." It is the action of applying TO something. I apply to You apply to He applies to We apply to They apply to In this case, "They" is replaced with "Kids prices." Kids prices apply to children under the age of 12.