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    Essay On Federal Agencies

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    Federal agencies are the part of government that is not congress, the president, or the military during wartime. If the president or Congress decides to build a bridge, they won’t oversee any of the work themselves, not even hiring of the staff. Instead, an agency is created to carry out their goal. Examples of agencies in the United States include the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Central Intelligence Agency, and Federal Communications Commission. Agencies are formed by an act of Congress, when they lay out what is called an organic statute that contains the purpose and structure of the agency, the agency then is in charge of implementing the purpose as laid out in the statues. The laws surrounding federal agencies are administrative laws. A statutory law is a law that is written, usually enacted by a legislative body. In addition, a common law, or case law, allows judges to render decisions based on the ruling of earlier cases. Common law is guided by the regulations set forth in federal of state statutes, but it does not rely exclusively on those written laws. It was derived from custom and judicial precedent rather than statutes. Federal courts, since the creation of the APA,…

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    of Governor website takes this endeavor to next step. The executive orders are extended to encourage Californians to adopt water conservation as a way of life. Governor Brown states that problem of drought has become an event with periodic occurrence over the past few years. Moreover, the drought situation is expected to continue as climate change reduce water in Sierra Nevada snowpack. The ethical justification is supported by various facts presented in the draft. The water supply in…

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    Regulatory Failure Essay

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    Regulatory Disasters and Response Regulatory frameworks sometimes fail. It’s a fact. Life, its participants, and the society we create in a state is far too complex for laws and regulations to work or to be conducted as intended every time. But by no means does this permit the failure of regimes. Quite the opposite; for the acceptance of failure brings with it a realisation to implement laws and regulations with the utmost care, and to learn from past mistakes- and there has been huge ones.…

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    identify and moderate the unhealthy foods. These factors work together in ensuring that a parent practices their responsibility of providing for their child at the best of their ability. The power of regulation could also be put in the hands of the government and agencies within or independent of it. Currently it is not illegal to advertise food to children in the United States, yet there are some regulatory mechanisms in place. One independent government agency, the Federal Communications…

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    Tobacco Smoking Essay

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    Regulations and Laws on Tobacco Smoking Throughout Merchants of Doubt there are many subjects that are presented. The authors are very clear about how they feel about these topics. Many who read the book either strongly agree with what they believe or strongly disagree, and there are all those in between. One topic that is of interest to many is tobacco smoking and whether it really is harmful for your health. The authors are clear that they believe that smoking tobacco is dangerous and needs to…

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    therefore generating more revenue for the company. FDA approval could also increase the company’s valuation and appeal to venture capitalists. The most commonly used valuation method for early-stage biotechnology companies is the income approach, which quantifies expected revenues, costs, and potential risks (Bratic, Blok, & Gostola, 2014). Being on track for FDA approval would decrease the cost and risk involved in the company, which could increase our valuation and encourage investment. In…

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    Regulation, in its broadest implication, represents all the rules of order enforced by a presumed administration of government, with regard to the practices of those under the government 's control. Historically, many regulations prescribed by oppressive autocratic leaderships have caused sequences of misery and torment for the ruled. Granting all this, the fate of Spain in particular, took a dramatic yet positive turn in the early 700s when Muslim forces invaded and reigned over the Iberian…

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    Regulatory Agencies

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    The agent-principal relationship is between Congress (the principal) and the independent Agency (the agent), as Posner argues: one is delegation of authority by legislatures to administrative agencies. As mentioned earlier, legislatures cannot continuously regulate a complex area; they must delegate much of the regulatory function either to courts or to administrative agencies. In the area of economic regulation the legislative choice has generally been the administrative agency rather than…

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    State Credentialing Board

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    The board derives its regulatory authority from the provisions of the Alabama Sunset Law of 1981 through which it is categorized as an enumerated agency based on Section 41-20-3. Moreover, the board has established administrative rules that govern its licensure or certification activities as well as a Code of Ethics based on the requirements by the American Counseling Association. Actually, the American Counseling Association has established a Code of Ethics that is used to govern the…

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    In their article, Bogdandy & Venske suggests that it should be ‘In the name of the People’ instead of States. What they are trying to say is that within the democratic dimension it is understood that the courts operate for the benefit of the people, therefore it is only right and better to say the courts act ‘In the name of the People’ rather than States. To elaborate more on the authors’ public law theory of adjudication, people in a citizen-based democracy simply means the citizens of the…

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