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This term means little spring" (Bright, 2004, p. 47). The states motto became “Ditat Deus” which translates to “God enriches”. The Pre-territorial Period (1539 and before) There has been confirmation by archaeologists that people has liv... ... middle of paper ... ... the future. The Progressive framers would approve the process of amending the Arizona Constitution. The framers wanted the needs of the citizens met over the needs of the government.
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In the beginning “twelve states used the Missouri Plan to fill appeals-level judicial vacancies: Alaska, Arkansas, Colorado, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Utah and Wyoming. Tennessee, Florida and California ... ... middle of paper ... ...hat would work any better. Those who are in favor of merit selection offer it as a preferable option to the politics and fundraising intrinsic in judicial elections, while those against it uphold that the appointive process itself is political, and that, in addition, people have a right to elect their judges. It seems that no matter what plan is used to select judges there is so element of politics and partisan that creep into the process. The question comes down to how much politics and partisan is wanted.
Other positions that are good to run for governor are state legislator, mayor of a large city, and extremely successful businessman. As governor you have the power and responsibility to implement state laws. As well as overseeing the operation of the state executive branch. “The governor shares responsibility for running the government-implementing laws, issuing regulation, and doing the work of building the roads, maintaining the parks, and performing other public functions with the help of a cabinet” (Greenblatt and Smith 2013:238). Most of governors have the authority to appoint state court judges as well, in most cases from a list of names submit... ... middle of paper ... ...ey adopt “sunshine” laws.
Much like our federal government has its laws, each individual state creates its own internal laws and functions as its own, smaller government. The way in which a well-ran government runs may vary depending on which political party in office at the time, nationally and locally. Current events, wars, or changes in our country’s needs will affect the way a form of government functions .My state, Nebraska, is one of the more unique sets of governments out of the fifty states. Nebraska can be compared and contrasted to the federal government in so many ways. The laws and processes take the federal foundation combined with the ideas of the voters and statewide needs shape the way state officials go about these decisions, Whether a state is democratic or Republican in nature this term is a varying factor to how the offices are run.
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