Patriot's Act
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...Act Indian River College DSC 4013 Victoria Stalls January The Patriot’s Act was a law enacted weeks following the September 11, 2001 terror attacks on the United States. The act looked into several security measures that could be enhanced through legislation. The Patriot Act came into force in October of 2001 and the law continued several provisions that covered local and foreign solutions in fighting terrorism. This essay will look into the provisions of the Patriot’s Act that had a profound impact of the security of the United States. The Patriot’s Act has given more powers to security agents in the United States to conduct searches, gather intelligence without need of warrants. The Act... ? Patriot’s...
Patriot Act
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...Act 2001 No: Roll No: USA Patriot Act 2001 The tragic incident of 11th September, 2001 in the history of United States of America is recorded as an unforgettable event which claimed around 2800 lives of the Americans. Soon after this gory incident, the former president, Mr. George W. Bush announced “War on Terror.” Resultantly the USA Patriot Act of 2001 came into being. The citizens of America rightly demanded their democratic government to take immediate remedial measures for their safety and security. Hence, to weed out terrorism / breeding grounds of terrorism wherever it is found around the world so that such ugly situation may not engulf the United of States of America or other... ? USA Patriot Act ...
Dream act
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...Act Dream act is a bill introduced by American government in 2001 and was reintroduced in 2009 by senator Orion Hatch to support the immigrant youth population in education and achieving American citizenship. These youth are illegal residents in America and do not have any helping hand but have dark future. However, the children of illegal immigrants to qualify for dream act must have to comply with certain rules and criteria. When all the requirements of the Dream Act are met by the candidate, then the minor is given permission to stay in the country for 6 years. Here the Dream Act allows temporary residency only for minors who have good character. “Hence the dream Act gives... an...
Miranda Act
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...Act Miranda Act [Institute’s Miranda Act Legal scholars and practitioners, recently, have committed vastamount of effort to reflecting over the impacts of the Miranda Act on individuals and law enforcement personnel. Even though almost the entire literature on the Miranda Act has been ideological and dogmatic, a number of studies have looked at the effect of the Miranda Act on individuals and law enforcement personnel and if it has successfully attained its stated objectives (Leo, 1996). Nevertheless, unexpectedly, every single one of these studies was carried out within the period of the Miranda resolution, and none has been repeated afterward. Hence, the entire literature... ?Running Head: Miranda Act...
Political Act
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...act be legitimate but not necessarily legal Politics consists of "social relations involving ity or power" and refers to the regulation of a political unit, and to the methods and tactics used to formulate and apply policy. Political act is said to be legitimate if it is approve by someone. However there are acts which are legitimate but are not legal. The legality of the acts depends on the laws involved. If the act was approved by someone but the laws involving the situation is not being followed then the said act is legitimate but it is illegal. In the case of the Serbian president Slobodan Milosevic who serves the country from 1989 to 1997, the capture of Pres. Milosevic... Can a political act be...
Patriot Act
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...Act Thesis ment The USA PATRIOT Act 2001 was enacted to strengthen national security and federal intelligence, in order to deter and punish terrorism. Introduction The United States enacted the USA Patriot Act, in order to prevent terrorist acts in the US and elsewhere in the world. This Act enhances law enforcement by providing a number of investigatory tools. It aims to punish the perpetrators of terrorism at home and the world. This Act fortifies measures to prevent, detect, and prosecute the perpetrators of international money laundering and financing to terrorist activities (USA PATRIOT Act). The Department of Justice designed and developed the drafts... for this new law. This...
Dream act
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...Act is a bill introduced to the Congress back in 2001 and subsequently reintroduced in 2009 by Senator Orin Hatch. The bill was intended to support the immigrant youth population in providing a clear path to education and eventually achieving American citizenship. The youths effected by the bill were illegal residents of the United States. Due to the fact that many of these young illegal immigrants were brought to the United States through no fault of their own (by the parents or guardians at that time), they have been unduly punished with the status of illegal immigrants in the same way that those adults who made a willful choice to break the law are as well. Although...
Deviant Act
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...Act and Social Control Word Count: 777 (3 pages) I. Introduction Committing a deviant act, however small, is sure to make some people do a double-take. Deviant acts all have some elements in common. They help one realize: the importance of norms within society, the norm broken, and reactions; the feeling of committing the deviant act and what was learned; and finally, a definition of terms and thoughts about deviance. Committing a deviant act was truly great fodder for learning an important lesson—not only about society, but about sociological rules in general as well. It so follows that having committed this act helped shed light on various social mores that, though they may... The Deviant Act...
Housing Act
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...acts of vandalism. The cost of these empty properties proves to be exorbitant for both the property owners and their neighbors in that it results... emptiness of private dwellings. The Housing Bill went through a process of refinement which culminated in the introduction of very specific provisions of EMDOs in the process of being passed through the House of Lords in September of 2004. Its successful passage in the House of Lords Provisions and its receipt of Royal Assent led to its passage under what is now known as the Housing Act 2004.6 Provisions of Housing Act 2004 The Housing Act introduced two very different types of management...
Trademark Act
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...Act 1994 (TA), it has concisely defined what a trademark is, what can gain the status of a trademark and the protections afforded to a trademark. One may ask how a trademark falls under the ambit of Intellectual Property because it deals with tangible and marketable products that may be everyday items, i.e. not original concepts or ideas. The answer is that the trademark itself is the protected concept because... illustrate a legitimate breach of trademark law through parallel importing; whereby the producer and/or licensee has not consented to the act of importation when selling the goods to a third party. If it is obvious that the right to resell on a foreign market is not...
Stamp Act
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...Act: An Important Towards American Liberty Many historians of American journey to liberty from the Draconian British Rule strongly believe that the enactment of Stamp Act of 1765 was a turning point in the American quest for freedom from the oppressive and sometimes exploiting British Rule (Fradin 2009, 11-13). The Stamp Act gave liberty-seeking Americans the springboard on which to organize violent protest which ultimately led to serious Revolution about their high-handed colonist. This paper critically looks at all the factors leading to the enactment of Stamp Act, its dangerous aftermaths and its consequent repeal. Today, Americans may have forgotten this important period on their journey...
Currency Act
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...Act The Currency Act In the hypothetical event that the United Kingdom passes a Currency Act in 2006 with the stipulation that it could not be repealed without referendum, it stands to reason that the government would be obligated to hold a vote before switching from the pound sterling to the euro. If this were not the case, however, and the government passed a new Currency Act to bring in the euro in 2007 by gaining the Queen's approval, then technically speaking the Statute is not legal and therefore is not binding. This technicality would likely prove no difficultly in establishing the euro once the government and a certain percentage of the British population were set to do so... The Currency Act...
Patriot act
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...Act Introduction With many acts of terrorism reported, there has been a need to improve the security of the Americans. The patriotic act is one of the US laws put in place to combat terrorism. This law was put in place in the wake of the September 11, 2000 terrorism. The act was meant to improve the domestic security and strengthen and broaden the powers of the law enforcement agencies (Greenwald, 2006). However, the passing of the law has been received with a lot of controversial especially in regard to the issue of its authorization of surveillance and search and seizure. While supporters of the law claims that the law is meant to aid the investigations and arrests of terrorists, its... Patriot Act...
Stafford Act
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...ACT LACKS FLEXIBILITY AND IS SLOW TO PROVIDE CASH In order to ensure that a systematic and orderly way of reacting to natural and manmade disasters facing local authorities by the federal government, the Stafford Act was created and has been useful in ensuring the intergovernmental coordination of disaster management as well as ensuring preparedness in time of disasters. FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency) through which the federal government facilitates disaster and emergency response in the event that the president declares a disaster an emergency and through the agency, financial as well as physical aid are accorded. However, despite the act having very clear stipulations... on the...
PATRIOT ACT
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...ACT PATRIOT ACT Patriot Act was signed in October 26, 2001. This Act was a response to terrorist attacks of September 11, and was aimed to encourage American citizens oppose terrorism and inspire their patriotic feelings. Thus, critics admit both advantages and disadvantages of this Act seeing it as unconstitutional and unlawful. By describing themselves as genuine Americans and by framing their claims on behalf of the nation or the people, President Bush attained a nationwide consensus and succeeded in portraying their opponents as an anti-national faction. The main advantages of the act are that it preserves liberties that the Constitution guarantees Americans, it guarantees... Running Head PATRIOT ACT ...
Lautenburg Act
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...act is a Domestic Violence Amendment that was passed to help in Gun Control in matters related to domestic violence. This act was first proposed by senator Lautenberg on March 21, 1996 only to receive a strong opposition from the republicans who were greatly influenced by NRA. Later, in September 1968 the bill was enacted into law with the help of Bill Clinton, the then American president. Constituted in Section 922, Title 18, in the United States set of laws (18 USC 922), the Lautenberg Act Makes it illegal for anyone to transport, give out , trade or otherwise give away weapons or bullets to any personality having a prior knowledge that the person has been... of Affiliation The Lautenberg act is a ...
Patriot Act
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...Act The PATRIOT Act became federal law in October of 2001. It was quickly accepted by Congress just a month and a half following the September 11 attacks. Pressure to pass anti-terrorism legislation prevailed over the need to understand what the 342 page Act entailed. Most Congressmen admit to not have reading the Act before voting to pass it. The PATRIOT Act, as many citizens and legal experts alike have argued, violates the fundamental rights guaranteed by the U.S. Constitution’s first ten amendments, the Bill of Rights (Savage, 2006). This includes the freedom of speech and assembly (First Amendment); the freedom from unreasonable search and seizure (Fourth Amendment... ); the right to...
Patents Act
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...Act of 1977, which has stressed that English law must give effect to the European Patent Convention.17 Moreover, in order to further protect its product, the two companies can also complete the filing and initial search process under the PCT through an international application, which will ensure that preliminary examinations are completed with a single application. The advantages that will accrue to both companies from filing a single international application is the fact that the fee payable is reduced, the time taken for processing an application is reduced and an additional time period of 18... MEMORANDUM Mr. Bloggs IP Solicitor matter: Patents/Confidentiality The facts of the matter are that DD...
PATRIOT Act
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...Act. John Locke is one of the most important modern political philosophers. He was able to defend the claims that man, is by nature a free individual, and they are equal to one another. Thomas Hobbes is also an influential political philosopher, and his major philosophies touched on how to maintain a peaceful political and social order. The principles of Thomas Hobbes directly conflicts with the principles of John Locke (Gencer, 2010). This is because he explains that there is a need of submitting a leader who... is not accountable to the people. The Patriot act on the other hand is a law enacted in 2001, aimed at fighting and preventing terrorism within the...
Balancing Act
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...Act Introduction The present article is about the use and importance of knowledge management in business organization. The generation of knowledge within the organization and the method to be used for managing has been discussed. Objective of the article The article revolves around the need of knowledge management system and how much it should be used against the business process reengineering. The main objective of the writer is to clarify the extent of the use of the knowledge management and reengineering in the business organization. The writer clarifies the various aspects of the knowledge management. He also stressed upon the usage of the knowledge management in different areas... Balancing Act...
Deviant Act
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...Act al Affiliation Deviant Act Deviant behaviors refer to such behaviors that tend to drift away from the morally and ethically accepted behaviors with regards to social perspective. Such behaviors are always considered unethical and full of immoral contents and intents by the society. Normative constructs and behaviors are the most appropriate and effective tools in correcting the deviant behaviors in the society. Deviant behaviors are always associated with elements of crime, assault and violence. There are two major forms of social deviance. These include formal and informal social deviance. Formal social deviance are those whose impacts may require involvement of law (Goode and Nachman... Deviant Act ...
Practice Act
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...Act There are several rules and regulations that govern the conduct of the individuals in whatever fields they are in. These so-called rule books guide the behaviors of these individuals in the course of their activities. The nursing field is an example of an area of interest in this particular case. This happens to be one area in particular which has quite a lot of implications associated with it. There have been several events in history which has brought the nursing profession under the spotlight especially in relation to some of the practices which the members of this profession have been undertaking. One such event was during the hurricane Katrina. One specific thing that came... First Practice Act ...
Companies Act
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...Act 1985 s: to the provisions of this Act, the memorandum and articles, when registered, bind the company and its members to the same extent as if they respectively had been signed and sealed by each member, and contained covenants on the part of each member to observe all the provisions of the memorandum and articles" 1.0 Introduction: Every company incorporated by registration under the Companies Act must have a Memorandum and by virtue of Section 1 (1) of the Companies Act 1985 the memorandum must be subscribed by the persons who have the intention to form the organization. These persons are known... as 'Subscribers to the Memorandum'. The Memorandum constitutes the company's charter with...
Deviant act
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...Act Introduction Deviant involves a sociology context that identifies the behaviors or actions that are a violation of social norms. This also considered the formal enacted rules together with the informal social norms violation. Deviance is a purview of psychologists, sociologists, criminologists, and psychiatrists in studying the manner in which the norms are established, the manner in which they are altered for some time and the manner in which they are enforced (Carney, 2008). On the other hand, norms involve the expectations and the rules through which the societal members are guided conventionally. Normative behavior involves the actions which are intended to make something acceptable... Deviant...
Act Three
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...Act one Scene EXT. SCHOOL YARD – LATE AFTERNOON Young Brian Hello, I think I saw you last week in church. Young Sophia Really? Young Brian Yes, you were with a tall beautiful young woman. Young Sophia Yes, that is my older sister. We had gone to church, and later took she me for a walk in town. Young Brian That’s wonderful. My parents are a little strict. I am expected at home after church or even after school in case my father or mother fails to pick me. VOICEOVER He likes this girl. Brian had been shy, but there was something about this girl that he liked. They met many times over the next few months, and it was clear that this girl would be special to him throughout...
Canada Privacy Act and USA Patriot Act
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...Act and USA Patriot Act Canada Privacy Act and USA Patriot Act Canada’s Privacy Act applies to companies in the private sector that operate in the following provinces of Canada: i. Manitoba ii. New Brunswick iii. Newfoundland and Labrador iv. Northwest Territories v. Nova Scotia vi. Nunavut vii. Ontario viii. Prince Edward Island ix. Saskatchewan x. Yukon However, the Canada Privacy Act does not apply to these organizations’ management of employee data. This legislation also applies to companies in Canada’s private sector that carry out operations within Canada when the personal data they gather, utilize, or release goes beyond provincial or national boundaries. However, similar... Canada Privacy Act...
Banking Act of 1933 Glass-Steagall Act
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...Act of 1933 Glass-Steagall Act As a result of the United s economy collapse of 1933, President Roosevelt enacted the Glass-Steagall act. During this period, unemployment rate increased as a result of banks failing or merging. State Governors closed several state banks. In March, Roosevelt declared a banking holiday. Both the public and the congress placed the blame of depression on the nation’s commercial banks. The act argued that some policies, which support the entry of commercial banks into investment businesses, outweigh the dangers that arise from investing. Therefore, preventing banks from engaging in securities would prevent future reoccurrence of banking crises. Senator Carter Glass...
Reauthorization Act of the Higher Education Act
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...act requires that college must verify identity of a who takes part in coursework and lectures by using one of two methods depending on the choice of the institution. To protect the security of distance learning students, the college can either use a secure login or pass code, proctored examinations or other technological tools and practices which are capable of effectively verifying the identity of the student (“ACE Analysis”, 2008). The act clarifies in writing that colleges are obliged to use processes that guarantee the security of distance learning students and inform students about any probable extra student fees... ?The community college's role of ensuring the security of distance learning The act...
Affordable care act
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...Act Affordable Care Act The Affordable Care Act is designed to provide Americans with equal access to healthcare. The provision of the act affords every American a chance to receive effective care. The act provides for non-discrimination in health insurance due to existing health condition. However, individual will have to purchase insurance coverage. The act enables individuals to choose the package they prefer at subsidized rate. The Act also advocates community-based programs that aim to prevent development of chronic and common illnesses (Department of Health and Human Services, 2013). The Act paves the way for the construction more health centers and National Health Service Corps... Affordable Care...
The Patriot Act
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...Act Introduction The Patriot act refers to a United s law that came into being following the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks. On 26 October 2001, President George W. Bush signed the act into law. The main goals and objectives of the act include broadening the powers of law enforcement agencies and strengthening the domestic security. The act mainly aims at stopping terrorist attacks that may happen in the United States. On 26 May 2011, President Barrack Obama renewed the act by giving it a four year extension. This will see the application of the act until June 1, 2015 (Solove 155). Provisions of the Patriot Act Title I of the Patriot Act has to do with the protection of civil... The Patriot Act ...
Act and Rule Utilitarianism
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...Act Vs Rule Utilitarianism Basic Definitions Act Utilitarianism is the most basic form of utilitarianism. It s that "our duty on any occasion isto act in the way which will produce actual overall consequences better than (or at least as good as) those that any other act open to us would produce." (Smart 1967) Rule Utilitarianism states that "our duty is not to aim for that act which will produce in fact the best overall consequences (because of the impossibility or impracticability of predicting these) but to follow that rule which would have the best consequences if generally followed." (Brody 1967) Discussion As one can see, both follow the utilitarian dogma that something good must come... ...
Fair Tax Act
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...Act The fair tax plan aims at replacing all federal payroll and income with the inclusion of taxes from national retail sales. This study explores the Act, giving an in depth discussion of the reasons behind its implementation, and how Americans can benefit from enactment of the act. In addition, the study will focus on the impacts of the act on the cost of education in the United States. The enactment of the act took place through the repeal of the sixteenth amendment to guarantee that no American citizen incurs expenditure for federal taxes equal to the poverty level. The Fair tax act (HR 25, S 13) is legislation which not inclined to any of the political parties in the United States... Fair Tax Act ...
Sarbanes-oxley act 2002
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...ACT 2002 Institute Sarbanes-Oxley Act 2002 With the collapse of many huge organizations such as Enron, WorldCom, etc, there was a great need of proper Corporate Governance and control structure within organizations. Governance is about the strategic direction of a company and how that company is controlled. It is the system by which companies are directed and controlled in the interests of shareholders and other stakeholders. These major collapses caused a great concern for shareholders and investors around the globe resulting in a huge decrease in the confidence of both the shareholders as well as the investors. As a result of this the U.S Congress issued an act which was later... ? SARBANES-OXLEY ACT...
Human Rights Act
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...Act is a means of safeguarding human rights. The Human Rights Act has been seen to have an impact on the state and the citizens. The Act has affected the development of policy by the government. The Human rights act came in place to ensure accountability and transparency in the development by ensuring that public authorities do comply with the provisions of the act. The Human Rights Act contains rights taken from the European Convention on Human Rights. The Human Rights Act made a fundamental change in the protection of rights. This is seen whereby the act has enabled people who feel that their rights have been infringed upon to file such a claim in the courts or a tribunal... Task The Human Rights Act...
Americans with disabilities act
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...Act of Affiliation: Americans with Disabilities Act Americans with Disability Act is a civil-rights law, which prohibits any discrimination on an individual because of disability, passed by the senate in 1990 as a bill authored by Tom Halkin. The Americans with Disability act accesses similar protection as the Civil Rights Act enacted earlier offering protection to Americans against discrimination based on gender, religion, sex, or even race. However, in contrast to the Civil Rights Act, Americans with Disability Act requires that employers provide adequate accommodation to their employees with disability in addition to providing sufficient accessibility... on the requirements on public...
Nursing practice act-florida
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...Act of the of the Florida Nurse Practice Act Introduction Nursing has always been regarded as anoble profession, and rightly so. The care of another human being and restoring them back to health is one of the best things one can do for humanity. But nursing is not without its share of professional responsibilities. Starting with the Hippocratic Oath, there has been a plethora of rules and regulations that have emerged over the centuries. Despite all the hue and cry, these rules and regulations make eminent sense- for taking the responsibility of care of another human being should include reasonable facets like confidentiality, consent and others that are part of the general... Florida Nurse Practice Act...
USA Patriot Act 2001
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...Act 2001 The USA Patriot Act is an acronym to "Uniting and Strengthening America by Providing Appropriate Tools Required to Intercept and Obstruct Terrorism Act of 2001" (Gross and Aolin 177). The USA Patriot Act 2001 was a result of terrorist attacks which hit America on September 11, 2001. This Act was signed by President George W. Bush on October 26, 2001. The rationale of making this Act was to prevent and punish terrorist activities around the world. It has provisions to increase the ability of law enforcement agencies to use investigatory tools to search emails and telephone communications and reduces the restrictions on foreign intelligence... Sana Osman English 20 November 2008 USA Patriot Act...
Sarbanes-Oxley Act
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...Act The principle aim of the paper was to analyse the effectiveness of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act in the domain of reducing corporate fraud or financial misconduct within any public organisation by regulating the accounting profession. Notably, Sarbanes-Oxley Act prevents companies and accounting professions through its regulations from adopting any unethical approach in developing financial statements that are illegal as well as unethical. Additionally, this study revealed that the formation of Public Company Accounting Oversight Board (PCAOB) under the Sarbanes-Oxley Act also resulted in strengthening the regulations to a next higher level and ensuring better professional credibility... ? Sarbanes-Oxley...
Justifying the Patriots Act
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...Act There is no denying the fact that Patriot Act is a piece of legislation that has accrued much controversy and opposition since the day of its inception. As is the practice in democratic societies, it is imperative for any legislation to garner much public debate and support before being actualized into a statutory reality. Hence, in that context, Patriot Act is not an exception and this legislation deserves as much public criticism and debate as any other law, before it is established beyond doubt that the Patriot Act is a legislation that is not only imperative and apt in the context of the times in which it is placed... , but this law has also done much to safeguard the American...
Patriot Act Research Paper
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...Act Introduction The Patriot Act refers to the United s act of congress that has been signed by President George W. Bush on the 26th of October, 2001. The Act’s title, USA PATRIOT Act, is a short form of “Uniting and Strengthening of America through the Provision of Appropriate Tools Required for Interception and Obstruction of Terrorism” (Polseno, 2005). The act was formed as a counter reaction to frequent terrorist attacks on America, the most significant of which has taken place on the 11th of September. The act’s purpose is to provide US law enforcement agencies with special powers to assist in preventing future terrorist attacks (Etzioni, 2004). According to this act, US law... ...
1933 Securities Act
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...Act 1933 SECURITIES ACT The Securities Act of 1993 is a federal legislation enacted in the aftermath of the 1929 market crash with the aim to enhance transparency in financial statements to enable investors make informed investment decisions, as well as to establish rules and regulations against fraudulent activities and misrepresentation in the securities market (Hecker, 2014). It was the first federal law covering the trade in securities, with this trade governed primarily by state laws before the 1929 market crash and the subsequent federal legislation. The federal government, as a result of the turmoil faced by U.S. investors, sought to re-establish investor confidence... and stability in...
NURSE PRACTICE ACT
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...Act number] The NursePractice Act is a set of state laws aimed to protect the public from unsafe nursing practioners. The Acts’ content is determined by individual state legislatures’, and therefore, the Act may differ from state-to-state. However, the Act has many common issues like establishing the composition and scope of authority for the board of nursing, defining the practice of professional, vocational and advanced practice nursing, setting the requirements to obtain a nursing license, limiting use of the title, “nurse” and listing the grounds for discipline against a nurse’s license. In order to be aware about the legal obligations, a nurse must be familiar with both... Nurse Practice...
Work Health Safety Act
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...Act in the Northern territory in Australia Contents Introduction 3 Key Objects of the Act 3 Duties of employers and employees under the Act 4 Purpose of consultation, representation and participation and how this is conducted in the workplace 5 Role of HR in relation to the implementation of the OHS and Act in the workplace 5 Conclusion 6 References 7 Introduction The Commonwealth in collaboration with the Northern Territory of Australia and also with some other territories are committed towards improving the overall work atmosphere and to give a safety and healthy workplace to the workers in Australia. The model legislation that was formed in Australia had the main objective... Work Health Safety Act...
Affordable care act
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...act Introduction Affordable care act was passed in the year 2010. The act put in place an inclusive health insurance reforms which were to be rolled out within four years. The affordable care had a number of provisions that were geared towards improving the healthcare of the people. Some of the issues it addressed includes high cost of health insurance. In short, affordable Care Act is an extremely complex section of the legislation that was rushed to Congress and became a law. This act was faced with many challenges that made it difficult to live up to the expectations. However, its roll out from October 1st 2013 has been so far successful. Below are the major problems that made... Affordable care act...
Sarbanes Oxley Act.
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...Act The Sarbanes Oxley Act was an act that was passed by the Congress in the United s of Americain 2002. It was signed into law on 30th July 2002 (Prentice 2). The act was passed with the sole aim of protecting investors from the risk of fraudulent accounting actions by corporations. In the US Senate, the Sarbanes Oxley Act is commonly referred to as the Public Company Accounting Reform and Investor Protection Act (Shakespeare 333). In the House, the act is commonly referred to as the Corporate and Auditing Accounting and Responsibility Act. In the US, the Sarbanes Oxley Act is a federal law that was established to enhance standards for all public accounting firms, management firms... Sarbanes Oxley Act ...
The Children Act 2004
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...Act of Parliament, Children Act 2004 This essay will discuss The Children Act 2004 and the Every Child Matters (ECM) policy to see what improvements, if any have been made since the last Act, and whether the Act is working or not. This act was formulated to appoint a regular commissioner for children and establish more efficient regulations for the protection of children and young people. The reason for writing this essay is to provide an analysis for the performance of the Children Act 2004 and ECM. I am affiliated with the prestigious Social Services Department and I feel obligated to write an essay, critically analysing the performance and achievement of this Act and suggest some useful... The Act of...
Sarbanes Oxley Act
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...Act The scandals such as Enron and world.com have given a new dimension to the corporate scandals in the history of United s. Dueto the collapse of the Enron Corporation the notion of the off-balance financing or non-recognition of external funding on the financial statements of issuing company has gained much importance. The SPE was the form of the off balance sheet finance which was used by the Management of the Enron Corporation. It is thought that the management used the SPE to hide the external liabilities from the investors and regulators. The plan was so wisely crafted that the professional accounting analysts could not found the proper position of the company till the explosion... Sarbanes Oxley...
Stetson-Eshelman Act
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...Act “The Octopus: A Story of California” presents to readers the American history at the time when California state was a new open land that was full of promise. The ability of the country to produce agricultural products was endless at the time, but the whole process was threatened by greed and interface of laws that were passed at the time in favor of the rich. At the time, wheat farmers were strolling to grow their crops and send them to the market for sale but their efforts were being frustrated by the high prices set by the giant railroad conglomeration (Norris, 23). The Southern... The historical event proceeding Frank Norris writing “The Octopus: A Story of California” The Stetson-Eshelman Act...
English Arbitration Act 1996
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...Act 1996 Introduction The roots of the English arbitration acts have been in existence for centuries. The first one was in 16981 followed by several acts that had organized and developed arbitration according to the requirements of each era. The last of these was the Arbitration Act 1996, which came into force on 31st of January 1997 (1996 Act).2 This Act was formed for improvements accumulating from the former arbitration acts and case law3 following the structure and language of the Model Law without completely adopting it.4 The 1996 Act is characterized by many features, the most important being confirming the Principle Part Autonomy. Although it includes... ?A Brief Study of the English Arbitration...
PATRIOT ACT Essay
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...acts since then have been proposed and some have also been implemented. This analytical research paper throws light upon the Patriot Act. The reference page appends three sources in MLA format. Outline I. Thesis II. Introduction III. Commenting on Section 202 A. IV. Commenting on Section 203 A. B. C. V. Commenting on Section 207 A. VI. Commenting on Section 215 A. B. C. VII. Conclusion What's Public What's Private I. Thesis The Patriot Act, in itself is neither all good nor all bad. It has both much-needed strengths to combat... The world has come to terms with the looming threat of terrorism particularly after the deadly and unforgettable historical incident of 9/11. Various security...
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