I have a question about the prohibition of substances or
Hello. I have a question about the prohibition of substances or drugs at the state level, specifically Indiana. I thought that bills are proposed by the state senate or house of representatives, and the members vote on it. ? How is it supposed to work? What role does the governor have in the process?Thank you.
I had talked to a guy who owned a lien on a friends house.
I had talked to a guy who owned a lien on a friends house. He represented that if he sold me the lien that I got the property. I told him ok, I just wanted my lawyer to review the papers. So, he drew up a contract for the lien. 1. it was more than what we had agreed to. 2. My lawyer said that it was bad deal since if I thought I was buying a property I wasn't actually getting a property, nor could he actually guarantee that. So, I said no deal. Now he saying that we were trying to defraud him and that someone owes him money for the lawyer. He's also claiming that my friend was committing fraud. What should i do here?
I am interested in information about starting a public
I am interested in information about starting a public initiative in Florida to end the Florida Bear Hunt. Although the majority of citizens were against the first hunt in over 20 years, we were not heard. I know hunting has weird protections by law. Is it possible to get this on a Florida ballot? I know other states have ended part of the cruelty (baiting, bow and arrow hunting, etc..) in this way. Please advise on my options. Also advise on first steps of action. Thank you.
My question is that on a Privacy Authorization Release Form
My question is that on a Privacy Authorization Release Form Congress of the United States House of Representatives, Can you tell me what , and when do I get appropriate identification number pertaining to assistance with which you are seeking our help. that number.
There is a law called the Assistive Technology Act of 2004.
There is a law called the Assistive Technology Act of 2004. It states that states are to "ensure individuals with disabilities reap the benefits of the technological revolution to participate fully in life in their communities." It goes on to define "services" as researching, finding, and acquiring this technology for individuals. However, I have not seen any evidence that this law is being enforced or implemented. The Department of Rehabilitation is supposed to enforce it but when I called I was referred to this non-profit website that gave information about the law but nothing else. As far as I could see the only "technology" they will help me acquire is a used walker. Isn't this a disability/civil rights violation if the law isn't being enforced?