legislation

The bills that Congress reject are as informative as the ones it does. Reviews of all the legislation that meet their fate in government halls.

  • RobbieRoyce
    Published 15 days ago
    State-wise breakdown of the legal status of sports betting in the United States

    State-wise breakdown of the legal status of sports betting in the United States

    The world of sports betting app development has always met with crossroads – it is just that one appears after the other, and at a time when they think that it is going to be an unconfusing journey ahead!
  • Just george
    Published 24 days ago
    Britains strangest Laws

    Britains strangest Laws

    Apart from the meme, I displayed on top there. which is pretty hilarious, I think it is about time you and I and some of your friends become acquainted to the somewhat strange and benevolent laws the united kingdom has.
  • mamun rahman
    Published 26 days ago
    Family Immigration Visa - Family Sponsored Immigration

    Family Immigration Visa - Family Sponsored Immigration

    You can apply for a family immigration visa if a relative of yours, who is an U.S. citizen, or U.S. lawful permanent resident, files a petition with U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) in order to sponsor your application for a green card, which will allow you to become a US permanent resident.
  • Bronson Herr
    Published 2 months ago
    The Empowerment of the 2nd Amendment

    The Empowerment of the 2nd Amendment

    A quick, albeit focused study of our Constitutional Amendments can lead one to ascertain the following: All amendments, presumably, are protections of at least either existential or philosophical notions (i.e., freedom of speech, press, religion, and to organize), and subject to endure the many loose ends that have proven to exist because of it. Worth noting also is that the amendments do have a sense of living quality to their philosophy, enabling them to evolve, ideally without villainizing parties to those of interest or otherwise. However flawed or impenetrable the Constitution has given generations of debate to discuss, there is but one amendment that stands out amongst the others because of its perceived autonomy, and that is the 2nd. The right to bear arms is neither existential or philosophical as the others are; it is the amendment of a tangible good, a market product physically held that's universal accessibility guarantees it even more reverence than it's overall ease of pursuit and acquisition.
  • Amanda Spradlin
    Published 2 months ago
    Shame on You, GM and the UAW

    Shame on You, GM and the UAW

    Originally promising production of 40,000 ventilators immediately, once the CARES Act was passed, GM decreased their offer of production to 6,000 ventilators in 6 weeks, also at increased prices. This is what caused the Trump administration to invoke the Defense Production Act (Hansen, 2020).
  • Haley Bice
    Published 2 months ago
    Staffordshire Hoard

    Staffordshire Hoard

    Fans of Indiana Jones and National Treasure may dream of one day finding immense wealth buried under their feet. However, in today’s world, not only is it unlikely to find such a treasure, it is also unlikely that the finder will get to keep it. Nations of the world have property laws for archaeological finds, and one such a nation is the United Kingdom. While the finders of wealth may get compensated for their finds in the UK, the treasure itself is often sold off to museums. A good example of the treasure laws that the United Kingdom uses is that of the Staffordshire Hoard. The Staffordshire Hoard is a unique find from a time that scientists do not know much about; even though it is important to study such a find, it should also be a source of pride for the local people and local museums.
  • John Heckenlively
    Published 2 months ago
    Steil Watch: March I/II

    Steil Watch: March I/II

    I apologize for not posting last week. I had to wait for Congress to enough to report on. This covers March 4 to March 13.
  • John Heckenlively
    Published 3 months ago
    Bryan Watch: Feb III

    Bryan Watch: Feb III

    The House is back after a break for President's Day week. A very slow week, with only eight votes cast, four of them party line. Two months into 2020, and Rep. Steil has yet to cast a single vote against the interests of the Republican Party and its corporate backers.
  • Bill Croft
    Published 3 months ago
    The New Way Forward Act
  • John Heckenlively
    Published 3 months ago
    Bryan Watch: Feb 2020 II

    Bryan Watch: Feb 2020 II

    Another fairly slow week for Congress, with only 16 votes taken. Eleven of them were party line, and Rep. Steil voted with the Republicans every time again this week. That brings us to six straight weeks of Bryan not thinking for himself.
  • John Heckenlively
    Published 4 months ago
    Bryan Watch: Feb 2020 I

    Bryan Watch: Feb 2020 I

    A relatively busy week for Congress this week, with 20 votes. 17 were party line, and Steil continued his record of non-thinking, voting with the Republican caucus every time this week.
  • James Robinson
    Published 4 months ago
    What does Separation of Church and State Really Mean

    What does Separation of Church and State Really Mean

    The phrase “separation of church and state” is one of the most commonly used yet least understood political sayings in all of modern vernacular. Many Christians claim this separation as the unrelenting law that took prayer from public schools, tore down crosses from public parks and seeks to removed America from being “one nation under God”. Others see it as an open minded and helpful gesture that ensures equality for a nation of immigrants that is a melting pot of global cultures. For both good and bad the term “separation of church and state” has been touted in more wrong ways that correct ways.