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  • Food Trucks Challenges

    A city may have specific rules that govern the business, but they may not be implemented because of conflicting parties. For instance, the clash between state laws and the local regulations has made it hard to control the activities of food trucks in Los Angeles (Huey 4). The city tried to enforce strict rules on the food truck vendors, but the move was overturned by the state court. The ruling held that the state regulated the catering…

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  • Fracking In Texas

    properties in the risk should not be an option. Although the HB40 prohibit the city government to regulate oil and gas companies’ activities since the damage of earthquake is small, the public still have a chance to correct it by legislate a new regulation on the state level. For example, if hydraulic fracturing cause more terribly destructive earthquake in Texas, a considerable amount of Texas residents will focus on the issue and keep a huge pressure to the senators and the house…

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  • Meat Industry Self Regulation

    The subject of regulation has been a constant battle between the meat industry and government. Failure to protect the safety of meat leads to a decline in consumer confidence in that product. The rise in E. coli and salmonella outbreaks clearly shows the need for meat regulation to restore consumer confidence in the industry. There really is shit in the meat as stated by Eric Schlosser, author of Fast Food Nation. In 2011, statistics from the CDC supports Schlosser statement by reporting that 48…

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  • Uber Regulations Would Stifle The Transportation Free Market: Article Analysis

    In the article, “Uber Regulations Would Stifle the Transportation Free Market”, the author is trying to convey the point that regulations on the companies such as Uber and Lyft will only benefit the insurance companies while actually hurting the free market of transportation because this will cause less people to use the car-sharing and thus make the companies move out of California. The following essay will break down the article in order to give the reader an understanding of the author’s…

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  • Donald Light Prescription Drugs Summary

    the founding fellows of bioethics and he is interested in the historical roots of institutional corruption and how this leads to the creation of prescription drugs and the consequences it entails. His is further concerned about current laws and regulations put in place to bring about development of drugs with little benefit, rather than focusing on drugs with immense benefit. His background in economics and sociology enables him to analyze health care policies and compare health care system1.…

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  • The Pros And Cons Of Mining Regulation

    their communities. This is not the case in the United States where studies have found a great laxity in government enforcement of mining regulation. In addition, the safeguard of the public interest in terms of management of public owned interest and exploitation must be protected by the government. The apparent permissiveness in enforcing uranium regulations, the public as well as the government have had to contend with the negative environmental impacts of uranium mining. Since the 1940s, the…

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  • The Influence Of Economic Regulation In Spain

    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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  • Medical Marijuana Pros And Cons

    State Versus FDA Regulation of Medical Marijuana There was a consensus amongst the interviewees that there is need for regulation of marijuana as medicine, whether that regulation be at the state or federal level—through the FDA—is where the conversations departed. While several of the interviewees discussed the pros and cons of state versus FDA regulation, listing advantages and disadvantages of one or the other, only three of the interviewees expressed a definite “yes” that marijuana as…

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  • Personal Narrative Essay: The Legalization Of Marijuana

    Denying the Beneficial I was in the midst of having a conversation with my friend during study hall when one of our friends sat next to us. She quietly invited us to a Halloween party going on Friday night. I wasn’t too enthusiastic about attending the party, yet my friend managed to convince me to accompany her. It was late October and Friday night came along. As we got to the party we were greeted by many people. It was crowded and hot, and my friend and I made our way through all these people…

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  • The Progressive Era Research Paper

    From 1890 to 1920 the United States went through a difficult time when people started realizing that they need to be in charge of their own life. People realized that they were being over worked and were getting little to no pay. Also people realized that the government was rarely involved in big businesses, who were dominating the economy. Who are the Progressives? What social groups did the Progressives represent? What political system or “reformed” society did the Progressives seek? All of…

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