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    bill needs to be repealed, because the California Chapter of the National Federation of Independent Businesses (NFIB) that represents small and independent businesses, since 1943, uncovered an alarming risk on SB 3, which could potentially hurt small businesses. Before I describe the calculations of their research, I should mention that the study was founded on a strong…

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    Proposition 50 was the only California state proposition on the primary ballot last June. Due in part to current law, while the suspension of public officials can occur, the consequences of loss of salary and/or benefits are non-existent, allowing for corruption to pervade their position without consequence. Corruption in the service of the public should never be acceptable practice and no public servant should be allowed to get away with a lack of ethics. Proposition 50 addresses the issue of…

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    who was selected to replace a departed Senator. He was chosen in hopes to be easily manipulated to help the corrupt political boss Jim Taylor. While Mr. Smith is in Washington, he is learning and mentored by his father’s friend, Senator Joseph Paine. Senator Paine suggests to Mr. Smith that he should create a bill to keep him occupied. As Mr. Smith creates his bill with the help of his secretary Saunders, they stumble upon an inconvenience. Mr. Jefferson sees the corruption within the Senate,…

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    Canadian Senate, or Upper House of Parliament, is an independent part of the House of Commons. It’s main role is to provide a “sober second thought” before important decisions are made. However, the existence of the Senate is now threatened, and whether or not the Senate is worth keeping becomes a debatable question. The debate on Senates is divided into three parts: abolish the Senate, reform the Senate, and keep the Senate as is. In this article, the three main opinions will be discussed. The…

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    legislation, state and territory laws govern consumer protection. A fair trading office in each state or territory provides advice on business rights and obligations. Disney would want to consider hiring someone from the country that is familiar with the laws of the country. This would help keep the company in compliance with the laws. Expatriates who will be relocating to work in the country would need to familiarize themselves with the rules of the country. Clearly identify how law affect…

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    Indeed, he argues that the continent ‘provided the context for narratives of heroic ascendancy over self, military odds and nature’ (2013:2). However, Eltringham’s emphasis is on the films released in the first decade of the twenty-first century such as Hotel Rwanda, The Constant Gardener, Shooting Dogs and Invictus. According to him, these films represent a new wave that focuses on African politics and society whereby themes like ‘corruption, failed states, civil wars and illicit transnational…

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    What it significance is that you need to be aware of when you can use a work without obtaining permission or paying a licence fee, and when permission or a licence is required. As the owner of the work, which in this case is Walt Disney, the plaintiff filing a case/lawsuit against another in a court of law, has the complete right to sue or have form of protection provided by the laws of the United States to authors of "original works of…

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    In Of Mice and Men, the author, John Steinbeck writes about two men traveling during the time of the Great Depression. George saves Lennie from an incident in Weed, California, so they head to a ranch in Salinas, California to find work. These friends share a common dream of earning money to buy a quiet farm to live on. Because George is a dynamic character, his physical description, views on life, and interactions with others change throughout the story. Steinbeck uses George’s physical…

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    North Richmond Street was not a noisy neighborhood which the siblings and friends enjoy playing around old houses and one of the boys had a desire for love of the neighbor. North Richmond Street was a quiet dead end street until the kids were release from the Christian Brothers’ school. Also on that street, there was an abandoned two alarm house that was far away and lonely from the neighbor’s houses. The rest of the house on that street were aware of the ok living within each other, they…

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    I have been dedicated towards my studies since childhood thanks to the teachings my father has instilled in me. My career in the nursing field has been guided by two principles: (1) improving access to quality health care services for undeserved populations such as the poor, homeless, and orphans and, (2) teaching and delivering culturally competent and compassionate care. My educational background and volunteer experience has broadened my knowledge and has increased my depth of understanding of…

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