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    to nuts in the cookie. The cookie had no labeling of ingredients of nuts (Green). The current food labeling system faces many challenges of labeling that is misleading, and labeling used more for advertising than informational purposes, as well as only implementing basic regulations that have not been revisited in over a century. The FDA should implement…

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    flat and centralised structure. Where all five senior accounts staff report to the company accountant, who approves all payments along with the preparation of the monthly management accounts and reports for the finance director, George Bartlett who has overall responsibility for accounting procedures and systems. (Organisation chart Appendix1) 4.4 Systems Structure: The system structure is a decentralised one where all systems have their own computers. There are 38 computers in all in the…

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    For most industries, whether natural or extent regulations, the new entrants and existed companies in the industry should be understood and followed. Through the tablet development, the new government regulations are changing and adjusting over time. It is important to enter the tablet industry. The government regulations and some conditions may be the barrier for the new entrants, but it protects customer rights, which the companies can healthily and profitable development. The company should…

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    Humans have utilized cannabis since 2700 B.C. Over the last few decades, marijuana has been used for textiles, medicine, and recreational use. Society tends to correlate marijuana with lazy, unproductive, and food munching individuals suffering from a drug addiction, but the public opinion has changed in recent years. This shift in opinion is due to the fact that scientific research has disproven many of the myths created by reefer madness in the 1960s. The legal use of marijuana recreationally…

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    Self-Regulation: An Integral Part of Professional Nursing Introduction Within the realm of occupational regulation there are many strategies that exist. Two of the most widely used approaches include state regulation, and self-regulation. The profession of nursing has its own professional regulating bodies that perform the latter. Self-regulation is a concept that is often not fully understood. In order for self-regulation to be effective and fully reach its regulating potential, its importance…

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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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    Mysterious Marijuana When it comes to marijuana, majority often have a negative perspective on the substance, but is this really the case? If so, why have other countries begun to legalize marijuana? The decision on whether to legalize this drug has become a heated debate over the years. Moreover, with today 's media-rich culture, it is not a surprise to find endless aspects on cannabis as our uncertainty and ambivalent attitude slowly radiates towards the substance. However, the contention…

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    Corruption Regulation

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    In most cases, countries implement regulations on lobbying only in response to public outcry over a recent scandal. In the United States, national lobbying regulations were passed through congress and implemented as early as 1933, and the first widespread act to cover all groups was passed in 1995. Even prior to this regulation, most states had their own regulations starting in the 19th century. Since 1995, the legislature has made many changes to the existing rules, creating a complex web of…

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    (10) This act emphasises Ireland’s strict laws of control and regulation regarding cannabis and other various drugs. The act outlines the following set laws. Any individual found with cannabis or a controlled drug on their possession, may be found guilty of a criminal offence. Depending on the quantity of the drug and or if the individual planned to use the drug for personal use or to sale, this will determine the punishment. The punishment could be a fine, imprisonment or both depending on…

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    Translated to the U.S., this would amount to over 60,000 retailers and 100,000 jobs.” As stated, this study occurred in 1994, which means that the amount of retailers and jobs would likely increase dramatically as the market has grown tremendously. These new jobs would also come along with an increase in revenue for the United States due to the new marijuana market that would be created. A study in 2010 by Cato Institute stated that legalization could generate up to $8.7 billion in annual…

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