Pad 525 Assignment I Essay

1535 Words Nov 5th, 2013 7 Pages
Learning by Doing
Strayer University
PAD 525

Abstract
According to Szypszak (2012) “the law should not be encrypted, nor require a lawyer to decipher. Legal research is not locating a definitive answer to a simple question; productive research is dependent upon “good sense” that a formal rule might exist” (pg. 307). Denoted in Szypszak (2012) an approach many researchers utilize to interpret the language of the U.S. Constitution and the U.S. legal system in order to explain the principles and process of constitutional, regulatory, and administrative laws at the federal and state levels is using the “case” approach. The methodology of research for this paper is using technology and information resources for researching
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referenced Article I, Section 9 of the Constitution, which states "No capitation or other direct, Tax shall be laid, unless in Proportion to the Census or Enumeration." The petitioners maintained that the income tax was not in proportion to the census and therefore it was unconstitutional (Pollock v. Farmers' Loan and Trust Co., 1895).

3. The federal statute authorizing the U.S. Secretary of Transportation to make payments to states for the value of materials stockpiled near federal highway construction projects in conformity with the project specifications.

According to the Code of Federal Regulations for which this US Code section provides ruling making authority, the USC › Title 23 › Chapter 1 › § 121. This states, “The Secretary may make payments to a State for costs of construction incurred by the State on a project that have been stockpiled in the vicinity of the construction in conformity to plans and specifications for the projects. The statue also states, costs may be incurred for stockpiles that are not in the vicinity of the construction if the Secretary determines that because of required fabrication at an off-site location the material cannot be stockpiled in such vicinity”. 4. The federal joint regulation of the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, and Department of Commerce, identifying the factors for listing, delisting, or reclassifying endangered

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