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  • Most Dangerous States in the U.S.

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    10 Most Dangerous States in US 2014 The saying goes “better safe than sorry”. But when was the last time you checked how safe is the State you live in? With the national crime rate increasing over 1% annually, crime remains a big concern for many States in the US. Every year, the FBI compiles statistics of crime in the United States and the most violent of them include murder, robbery, rape and aggravated assault. With Tennessee and Nevada topping the list of most dangerous States, it’s always best

  • The Current State of the U.S. Economy

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    The Current State of the U.S. Economy The United States economy is racing ahead at dangerous speeds, and it may be too late to prevent the return of widespread inflation. Ideally the economy should move ahead gradually and grow at a steady manageable rate. Mae West once stated “Too much of a good thing can be wonderful” and it seems the U.S. Treasury Secretary agrees. The Secretary announced that due to our increasing surplus and booming economy, instead of having an outsized tax cut, we should

  • The Impact of Localization on Logistics and Employment along U.S Border States and in Mexico

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    trade in the U.S and its neighbours serves to show that the spatial expansion of trade between nations is not inevitable. We may call this focus on enhancement of trade between neighbouring countries “localization”, as opposed to globalization. This paper shows how the flow of trade between the Orients and the U.S shifted closer to home, to Mexico. It also shows the impact this shift has had on shipping and employment in the U.S states that border Mexico, as well as on Mexico itself. U.S-Orient Flow

  • Dennis v. United States, 341 U.S. 494 (1951)

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    cooperation with the United States and its economic and political structure to into the Marxist-Leninist doctrine of the Communist Party. The Communist Party set itself apart from other political parties by disregarding the normal process of change set forth by the constitution. From the literature, statements, and activities of the petitioners, the Communist Party leaders, it is clear that their goal was to achieve a successful overthrow of the government of the United States through the use of force

  • What You Need to Know About Legalizing Marijuana

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    illegal drug in the U.S. According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, a recent government study shows that over 98 million Americans over the age of 12 have tried marijuana at least once in their lifespan. Preview of 3 Main Points: Today I am going to give you three informative points about marijuana and the legalization of it. First, what exactly is marijuana? Second, how does it affect us? Third and finally, I will speak about when it became illegal and the trend of states now legalizing marijuana

  • Environment Texas Organization

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    destruction. The state of Texas ranks among the top for producing toxic air pollutants and also is one of the most anti-regulatory states in the nation. As an advocacy group, Environment Texas seeks to pursue public policy goals on behalf of its members by influencing the government in its decision making policy on where to disburse tax dollars through public spending programs and creating legislation favourable to its members. According to the textbook used in class, the state of Texas regulates

  • Standarizing a Physician Assistant´s Scope of Practice

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    level of education, experience, state laws, facility policies and the supervising physician’s delegations. PAs work as a team with the supervising physician and they support the physician’s scope of practice. Since the physician assistants are also educated in the medical model, PAs also practice with physicians in every specialty and setting. The precise tasks performed by the different PAs are determined by the boundaries of factors like education, experience, state laws, facility policy and the

  • Wyoming-Colorado Border Wars

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    largest, most rugged, beautiful states in the nation, both of which have long been engaged in a heated rivalry. North and South from one another, Wyoming and Colorado have been at a border war since before either even gained statehood. With 97,195 square miles, Wyoming is the 10th largest of all 50 states. While the state is vast in land, it is scarce in population. As of 2005, a mere 509,294 residents inhabit “The Cowboy State” making it the least populated state in the nation (Wyoming facts, demography)

  • Medical Marijuana: Weed Warfare

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    with this same scenario, what would you do? Ignorance in today’s society is not an acceptable reason to remain uninformed of the controversy of the medical use of marijuana. Marijuana is a commonly abused illegal and mind-altering drug in the United States. It is a dry, green and brown mix of flowers, seeds, and leaves that is derived from the plant Cannabis sativa. Marijuana is a drug “used because its primary active chemical, tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), may induce relaxation and heighten the senses”

  • It Is Time to Expand Medicaid Coverage in South Carolina

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    It is Time to Expand Medicaid Coverage in South Carolina When it validated the constitutionality of The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act in 2012, the United States Supreme Court also ruled that states could decide for themselves whether or not to expand their Medicaid programs (Sonfield, 2012). Predictably, South Carolina said no. The Palmetto State’s decision not to expand Medicaid in concert with the Affordable Care Act was wrong, and it is time to correct that mistake. The leadership’s