Emergency Economic Stabilization Act of 2008

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    Obama immediately passed the Haiti Debt Relief and Earthquake Recovery Act of 2010 to provide funds to reconstruct the third world country. The act gave Haiti $100 million and urged the Secretary of Treasury to give the country a pass on anything that they might need to repay (Haiti Debt Relief, January 2010). Specifically it sought to cancel all remaining debts by Haiti, suspension of its debt service payments, and provision emergency, humanitarian, and reconstruction assistance to Haiti in the…

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    Opec Mission Statement

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    well as over 70% of the world’s proven oil reserves. OPEC’s mission statement, according to its official website www.OPEC.org, is “to coordinate and unify the petroleum policies of its Member Countries and ensure the stabilization of oil markets in order to secure an efficient, economic and regular supply of petroleum to consumers, a steady income to producers…

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    In 1963, President John F. Kennedy (JFK) signed into law the Mental Retardation Facilities and Community Mental Health Centers Construction Act of 1963 (CMHCA). The law was intended to deinstitutionalize patients from mental health hospitals and demonstrate a compromise between public health and medical practice models (Cameron, 1989). The law offered States financial incentives to build community-based outpatient centers to replace hospitals (Cameron, 1989). Due to the complexity of public…

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    Being Poor Research Paper

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    and our government is focusing the wrong policies. Our government want to deport undocumented immigrants but they can’t, and refuse to accept them. Our government is also corrupt, all of their actions are for their own interest; mortgage crisis in 2008 was a great example. Laws and policies has to be reformed, from welfare programs to government agencies. The American people understand the issues of poverty, but unless they do their own research, and not to observe all the information from the…

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    policies. The Cabinet helped set up the National Strategic Transformation Commission. One of the members of the Cabinet is the Vice President: Joe Biden. Joe Biden helps the President pass his agenda. Joe Biden helped pass the Emergency Economic Stabilization Act in 2008 in the Senate. He has worked alongside Obama to mend relations between the United States and…

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    foreign direct investment (FDI) could be the main instrument to ensure any development agenda.[footnoteRef:3] Furthermore, Foreign direct investment also contributes toward financing sustained economic growth over the long term. In other words, the incorporation of sustainable development in international economic policies, negotiations, and agreements could ensure the growth of development more directly to the sustainable way. However, international…

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    The European Union has political, economic, social, and environmental benefits. The European Unions political benefits include that the member nation will increase in term of their democratic system. Safety will also increase in regards to the member nation. Being a member of the European Union will also lower boundaries among other members of the EU. There is also a substantial amount of economic benefits when being a member of the European Union. There is free…

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