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    “Under the American version of federalism, State governments have a considerable power, and states and reigns have their own lively political cultures (Ginsberg).” The president is the leader of the United States but if he wants to legalize something or make new regulation, it is very difficult to do at a federal level, but may be easier to do at a state or local level. For example, if the president wanted to legalize marijuana, it is much easier for a Governor to do so for a single state than it is for the president to get the entire congress to agree upon…

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    that pays for taxes is going somewhere. If a person lives in Illinois it’s noticeable that the state has a budget issue because everyone seems to talk about it. The ways that Illinois can fix debt may not be simple to the governor of the styate but for the people it seems very simple. The citizen’s look at all the possible ways like for one educate the government. The governors of Illinois do have a scholarship to be able to work in the filed but when comparing to other states the governors in…

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    Cadillac Dessert Analysis

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    I have a friend from Southern California, and she told me she did not even know we were in a drought. When she said that I was shocked, I thought how could she possibly not know? After reading the chapter China Town, in the book Cadillac Dessert by Marc Reisner, I finally got my answer. How could she have known there was a drought when almost all the water in California gets pumped down to the heavily populated desert area. The chapter begins with some background. The author states that…

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    controversies, the legalization of assisted suicide and the gubernatorial election; second, he voluntarily and historically involved in the two controversies; third, his participation in the controversies was germane to the COMQWEST’s article; finally, he had enough media access through his newsletter and interviews. … The gubernatorial election is a public controversy, because it is publicly debated and has foreseeable and substantial ramifications for nonparticipants. Id. First, the…

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    From state to state they all pretty much have the same type of responsibilities. When differences are shown it is important to pay attention to how the governor 's cabinet is organized. This is where the idea of institutionalization comes in to play because governor 's want to make sure they know as much as possible from the people they represent, the media, and the legislative branch. “Governor’s offices are becoming larger, gubernatorial staffs are increasing in size and in actual and…

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    During the interview, Muhammed expressed to the interviewer about his opinion over legalization of assisted suicide. First, he promoted his hospice business by introducing his working experience, and that he started having an affinity for hospice and the care of the terminally ill when he was a kid and watched his father die from cancer. Second, he revealed his participation in the “White House” protest opposing the legalization of assisted suicide. Third, he expressed his opinion regarding the…

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    “Thank you, Ms. Price. And now to you, Representative Mitchell,” Peter said. “Thank you. It is a pleasure to be here tonight. America is on the right track. Just look at the progress our nation has made over the past decade: Our economy is booming, taxes have never been lower, and Americans are rejoicing in a wave of liberty that I embrace with every fiber of my being. As your president, I will apply the principle that ‘government that governs least, governs best’ to every decision I make,…

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    Chief Legislator Role

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    1. The Chief Legislator is the most important role of the governors in today’s world They take the lead in lawmaking activities, and involve themselves in the laws passed by the state legislative body. The environment that the Chief Legislator works in is often a conflict environment and is often in constant divisiveness. Agenda Setting is the first step in the process of policy making. This position places items on the agenda for government action, these items are usually ones that affect the…

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    driven by continued decrease in water resources in California due to unfavorable weather conditions. The executive order 2016 (in continuity to previous executive orders) states that the water levels have not crossed the required levels due to the limited amount of rain and snowfall. This had a direct impact on the state rivers, underground basins and reservoirs. The drought has increased the scarcity of drinking/ potable water. Agricultural production has been affected. The wildlife is getting…

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    California, a state with lush greenery and a seemingly perfect weather, has been attracting various people throughout history. However, what one does not realize is that California is in fact, an illusion. California has been plagued with a drought for a couple years, and the lush greenery seen on TV and postcards are from the effects of transferring water from thousands of miles away. Because of this, California has achieved the false appearance of looking very lush and vibrant. The epidemic of…

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