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  • Fourteenth Amendment. Section 1: Privileges and immunities of citizenchip, due process and equal protection

    ...-House Cases , the Court evaluated a Louisiana statute which conferred a monopoly upon a single ... to use them in all lawful ways; to live and work where he will; to earn his livelihood by any ... that bankruptcy of the insured does not release the insurer from liability to an injured person. ... area only, exclusive of benefit programs, whether it will limit it to those areas which ...

  • Section 2: Judicial Power and Jurisdiction

    ... Clause limitations on spending programs. . Local taxpayers attacking local expenditures ... "regularly bid on and perform construction work" for the city and that they would have bid on the ... Like suits were decided against Louisiana and Texas in 1950. . Immunity of the United ... the use of habeas corpus and removal to release persons from the custody of the other set, and ...

  • First Amendment: Religion And Free Expression

    ... with religion-based challenges to state programs, the Court looked to Jefferson's metaphor for ... of Religion in Public Schools: Released Time .- Introduction of religious education into ... purpose of advancing religion was a Louisiana statute mandating balanced treatment of ... to Sabbatarians who refused Saturday work, for example, the Court denied that it was ...

  • Section 8: Powers of Congress

    ... state and local officials who administer programs that receive federal funds, the Court declared ... to provide funds for payments to retired workers, was upheld under the "general welfare" clause, ... an interstate line operating between Louisiana and Texas; the Texas rate body had fixed the ... Bankruptcy . Persons Who May Be Released From Debt . In an early case on circuit, Justice ...

  • Missouri v. Jenkins, 515 U.S. 70 (1995)

    ... to fund remedial "quality education" programs because student achievement levels were still "at ... when individual private choices concerning work or residence produce schools with high black ... (or other governmental entity) partial release from a desegregation decree, it must first ..., the first slave code for the Colony of Louisiana, an area that included Missouri. Violette, The ...

  • Graham v. Florida, 560 U. S. (2010)

    ... sentence left Graham no possibility of release except executive clemency. He challenged his ...E.g., Kennedy v. Louisiana, 554 U. S. ___, ___. In a second subset, cases ...One youth, who worked at the restaurant, left the back door unlocked ..., education, and rehabilitation programs for those who are ineligible for parole ...

  • National Commission On the B.P. Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill and Offshore Drilling Holds a Meeting to Discuss the Preliminary Findings Related to the Root Causes of the Bp Deepwater Horizon Disaster, Day 2

    ...This commission is conducting its work in compliance with the Federal Advisory Committee ... we go public on January 11 with the release of the report and its submission to the president ... live in the coastal counties of Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama and western Florida. And ... the federal government changed as new programs and new defenses were called into prevent damage ...

  • Alden v. Maine, 527 U.S. 706 (1999)

    ...See, e. g., Hans v. Louisiana, 134 U. S. 1 . Moreover, the specific Article I ... prerogatives of the Crown, Blackstone-whose works constituted the preeminent authority on English ... enact or administer federal regulatory programs, see Printz, supra, at 935; New York, 505 U. S., ... secure of the other [party to the pact] a release from a thing [namely, the pact] which, of its own ...

  • 33 CFR 222.6 - National Program for Inspection of Non-Federal Dams.

    ... to all Divisions and Districts having Civil Works functions. (c) References. (1) The National Dam ... States to establish effective dam safety programs for non-Federal dams by 30 September 1981 and ... Governor will be responsible for public release of an inspection report and for initiating any ... Valley Division: Mississippi, Louisiana, Missouri. North Central Division: Michigan, ...

  • Hollywood on the Bayou: An Optimal Tax Approach to Evaluating and Reforming the Louisiana Motion Picture Investor Tax Credit
  • United States v. Stevens, 559 U. S. (2010)

    ..., followed by three years of supervised release. App. 37.    The en banc Third Circuit, over a ... that the value of using children in these works (as opposed to simulated conduct or adult actors) ... 29, 2008, p. 28, and hunting television programs, videos, and Web sites are equally popular, see ...S. 328, 342 (1986), and was legal in Louisiana until 2008, see La. Stat. Ann. §14:102.23 (West) ...

  • Save Ourselves: The Environmental Case That Changed Louisiana

    The call - II. The coming storm - III. The state study - IV. The learning curve - V. The precedent - VI. The playing field - VII. The permit and ethics hearings - VIII. The litigation begins - IX. Save ourselves v. environmental control commission - X. Lingering demise - XI. Fallout

  • 38 CFR 36.4340 - Underwriting standards, processing procedures, lender responsibility, and lender certification.

    ... Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, North Carolina, Oklahoma, ...) For servicemembers within 12 months of release from active duty, or members of the Reserves or ...However, unless income from overtime work and part-time or second jobs can be accorded a ... 94-239, income from public assistance programs is used to qualify for a loan if it can be ...

  • Just Do It! Specific Rulemaking on Materiality Guidance in Insider Trading

    Insider trading has been in the news on a relatively constant basis in the new millennium. Raj Rajaratnam and associates, Mark Cuban, and Martha Stewart have been among the many subjects of legal actions involving insider trading since the Enron debacle in 2002.

  • The Perils of Primacy: Successor Liability for Lenders Turned Declarants in Louisiana Common Interest Communities
  • United States

    ... establishing a federal government that would work in conjunction with the various states. It was ...In 1803, through the Louisiana Purchase, the country acquired the vast territory ...Many social programs were instituted in the United States during the ... offenders on probation and supervised release. They also conduct presentence investigations to ...

  • Fifth Amendment: Rights Of Persons

    ... from the body of the people and their work was not hampered by rigid procedural or ... to the detriment of other federal programs. . Retroactive Taxes .-It has been customary ...319 , 323 (1937); Alexander v. Louisiana, 405 U.S. 625, 633 (1972). . Witnesses are not ...Ill., released May 15, 1970). . Congress has now specifically ...

  • Chicago v. Morales, 527 U.S. 41 (1999)

    ...Ieyoub of Louisiana, J. Joseph Curran, Jr., of Maryland, Frank J. ...The city, however, does not release the locations of these "designated areas" to the ... for taking creative license with the work of Messrs. Bernstein, Sondheim, and Laurents. ...S. Dept. of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Bureau of Justice Assistance, Monograph: Urban ...

  • Administering Social Security: Challenges Yesterday and Today

    During its 75-year history, the Social Security Administration (SSA) has faced many administrative challenges. This article depicts some of those challenges—involving legislative demands, staffing and workloads, infrastructure and technology, logistics and procedures, emergency response operations, and other matters—and the steps that SSA has taken to deal with them.

  • Warranting Rightful Claims

    Damage awards for patent infringement have sky-rocketed and sparked significant debate in recent years. A part of this patent damage debate focuses on non-practicing entities, or so-called “patent trolls.” A patent troll is a patent owner that demands a royalty based on patented technology yet does not actually use the technology to provide an end product or service. Their strategy is simple:...

  • United States v. Winstar Corp., 518 U.S. 839 (1996)

    ... on whether that act would otherwise release the Government from liability under ordinary ...845. The resulting regulatory regime worked reasonably well until the combination of high ... use contracts in carrying out authorized programs is .. generally assumed in the absence of express ... to which it is a party"); South Louisiana Grain Services, Inc. v. United States, 1 Cl. Ct. ...

  • Schuette v. BAMN, 572 U.S. (2014)

    ... feasible, a syllabus (headnote) will be released, as isbeing done in connection with this case, at ..., and forbids, race-conscious admissions programs that consider race solely in order toobtain the ... that the Amendment'sratification in 1868 worked a partial ossification of eachState's governing ...Supp. 42, 44-45 (ED La.1960) (the Louisiana Legislature gave the Governor theauthority to ...

  • United States v. Kebodeaux, 570 U.S. (2013)

    ... feasible, a syllabus (headnote) will be released, as isbeing done in connection with this case, at ... in the Stateswhere they live, study, and work. §16913(a); 18 U. S. C.§2250(a). And, by ...-offender-registration-and-notification programs can beeffective only if persons required to ... SeeKennedy v. Louisiana, 554 U. S. 407, 467 (2008) (ALITO, J.,dissenting) ...

  • The BP Spill and the Meaning of 'Gross Negligence or Willful Misconduct
  • Social Welfare and Fairness in Juvenile Crime Regulation

    Youths behind bars: the expanding net and its financial cost - A. The Trend Toward Incarceration - B. The Economic Costs of the Punitive Reforms - II. The effectiveness of punitive policies: do harsh sanctions reduce crime? - A. The Traditional Regime and the Failure to Prevent Crime - B. Changing Crime Rates and the Effectiveness of Punitive Policies - C. Does Deterrence Work? On Legal Reform...