Who are the law makers of los angeles local government?
Much like other municipalities, Los Angeles is governed by an assortment of politicians and lawyers. Antonio Villaigosa is the current mayor of the city, which does not use a city manager for government.
a law is passed by the government when the people who work for the government and are rule makers work together and have to have an agreement to turn the bill into a law. then the president has to make an approval for it to be turned into a law. then when everyone thinks its a good idea, then its turned into a law :)
Luciano Vandelli has written: 'Le autonomie locali verso la riforma' -- subject(s): Law and legislation, Constitutional law, Local government 'Ordinamento delle autonomie locali' -- subject(s): Italy, Law and legislation, Local government 'Controlli' -- subject(s): Italy, Law and legislation, Local government 'L' ordinamento regionale spagnolo' -- subject(s): Law and legislation, Local government, History 'Sindaci e miti' -- subject(s): Municipal officials and employees, Municipal government
The federal government can make state and local governments obey federal laws by taking state and local government officials to federal court and suing them. If the court agrees with the federal government, the state or local government can be fined and ordered to follow the federal law. If the state or local officials still refuse to follow the federal law they can be put in jail.
The three levels of government are federal, state, and local. The federal government sets policies for the entire country, the state government sets policies for the state, and the local government sets policies for the city. The three branches of government are legislative, executive, and judicial. The legislative branch creates the law, the executive branch enforces the law, and the judicial branch interprets the law.
The local government have 3 primary control over a local government: 1. assessment and collection of tax (esp on real estate properties) and formulation of local budget for proper disbursing of revenues collected 2. make and amend local law,policies and regulation 3. overall control of the local government unit
John Joseph Clarke has written: 'Outlines of central government' -- subject(s): Politics and government, Courts 'The law of housing and planning' -- subject(s): Eminent domain, City planning, Cities and towns, Housing, Public health, Highway law 'Social welfare' -- subject(s): Insurance, Unemployment, Labor laws and legislation, Poor, Public welfare, Unemployment Insurance 'Outlines of local government of the United Kingdom (and the Irish Free State)' -- subject(s): Local government 'Outlines of local government of the United Kingdom'…
M. David Gelfand has written: 'Suing and defending cities for federal constitutional violations' -- subject(s): State action (Civil rights), Law and legislation, Constitutional law, Actions and defenses, Local government 'Constitutional litigation under section 1983' -- subject(s): State action (Civil rights), Law and legislation, Constitutional law, Actions and defenses, Local government 'State and Local Government Debt Financing'
Generally, cities and counties and townships (etc.) are created by the State legislature and get all their powers of government by permission of the State. So if a local "home rule" law conflicts with a state law, the state law should prevail. The local law should be void and unenforceable. The law would call it "ultra vires" meaning the local government went beyond their authority to pass such a law. But if state law says…
Virginia Crossman has written: 'Politics, Pauperism and Power in Late Nineteenth-Century Ireland' 'Politics, law and order in nineteenth-century Ireland' -- subject(s): History, Politics and government, Law enforcement 'Local Government in Nineteenth-Century Ireland' -- subject(s): Politics and government, Local government, History
Eran S. Kaplinsky has written: 'Land use planning and local government law (LAW584H1F)' -- subject(s): Law and legislation, City planning and redevelopment law, Cases, Local government, Land use 'From farms to suburbs' -- subject(s): City planning and redevelopment law, Dissertations, Land subdivision, Law and legislation, University of Toronto, University of Toronto. Faculty of Law, Zoning law