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At a federal level, racial profiling is challenged by both the Fourth Amendment of the U. S. Constitution which guarantees the right to be safe from search and seizure without a warrant ( which is to be issued " upon probable cause "), and the Fourteenth Amendment which requires that all citizens be treated equally under the law.
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At and federal
At the federal level, it forms a common ' CDU / CSU ' faction in the Bundestag with the CDU, which is frequently referred to as the Union Faction ( die Unionsfraktion ).
On November 4, 2005, the Los Angeles Times reported that Rohrabacher was paid 23, 000 dollars for a thirty year old screen play of his ". At issue was whether the producer paid him for the screenplay or for the introductions to congressional and federal officials.
At the end of the War of 1812, Fort Gibson was built and the island remained a military post for nearly 80 years before it was selected to be a federal immigration station.
At the same time the influx of federal funding also gave rise to demands for accountability and the behavioral objectives approach of Robert F. Mager and others foreshadowed the No Child Left Behind Act passed in 2002.
At other times, for example after the 2002 federal election, a coalition between the FDP and CDU / CSU was impossible primarily because of the weak results of the FDP.
At the May 1969 federal elections, the UMNO-MCA-MIC Alliance polled only 48 percent of the vote, although it retained a majority in the legislature.
At the 1934 federal election Holt unsuccessfully contested the safe Labor seat of Yarra for the UAP, running against former Prime Minister James Scullin.
At least six states responded to the Resolutions by taking the position that the constitutionality of acts of Congress is a question for the federal courts, not the state legislatures.
At independence in September 1991, Macedonia was the least developed of the Yugoslav republics, producing a mere 5 % of the total federal output of goods and services.
At 4: 00 pm CST, President Clinton declared a federal emergency in Oklahoma City and spoke to the nation:
At the time of the bombing, there were 100 day-care centers in the United States in 7, 900 federal buildings.
At the top of the federal or national system is the Supreme Court, and underneath are lower federal courts.
At the 2005 federal election, the Left Party became the fourth-largest party in the Bundestag, with 54 Members of Parliament ( MPs ) ( full list ), ahead of the Greens ( 51 ) but behind the Free Democrats ( 61 ).
At the 1996 election, the Keating Government was swept from power in a landslide, losing 29 seats and suffering a five percent two party preferred swing -- in terms of seats lost, the second-worst defeat of a sitting government at the federal level in Australia.
At five past midnight ( CET ) on 18 October, the plane was stormed in a seven-minute assault by the GSG 9, an elite unit of the German federal police.
At the time it competed with TRIUMF's KAON Factory proposal for federal funding, and the wide variety of universities backing SNO quickly led to it being selected for development.
At the federal level, each of the two major parties has a national committee ( See, Democratic National Committee, Republican National Committee ) that acts as the hub for much fund-raising and campaign activities, particularly in presidential campaigns.
At the time, political parties rather than the federal government were responsible for printing ballots.
At the end of World War II, growth in aviation and in the Washington metropolitan area led Congress to pass the Washington Airport Act of 1950, providing federal backing for a second airport.
At this time he commented on the readmission of the confederate states: " The burden of proof rests on each of them to show whether it is fit again to enter the federal circle in full communion of privilege.
At the Federation Convention, Western Australian premier and future federal cabinet member, John Forrest, summarised the prevailing feeling:
At the 1830 Jefferson Day dinner at Jesse Brown's Indian Queen Hotel, Jackson proposed a toast and proclaimed, " Our federal Union, it must be preserved.
" At this convention, five votes were placed calling for Lucretia Mott to be Smith's vice-president — the first time in the United States that a woman was suggested for federal executive office.
At and level
At the national and international level, then, what is the highest kind of morality for the private citizen represents an instance of political immorality.
At the central level the scrutin uninominal voting system was selected over some form of the scrutin de liste system, even though the latter had been recommended by Duverger and favored by all political parties.
At the molecular level, an antigen can sometimes be characterized by its ability to be " bound " at the antigen-binding site of an antibody.
At a schematic level, that basic worm-shape continues to be reflected in the body and nervous system architecture of all modern bilaterians, including vertebrates.
At high levels of play, the backhand serve has become popular to the extent that forehand serves have become fairly rare at a high level of play.
At the start of 2007, the BWF introduced a new tournament structure for the highest level tournaments aside from those in level one: the BWF Super Series.
At the time of his retirement from the England team in 1970, he was the nation's most capped player, having turned out 106 times at the highest level.
At the lowest level, executable code consists of machine language instructions specific to an individual processor.
At the level of the individual, pressing psychological needs may influence the process, and certain of our universal mental tools may impose epistemic ' blind spots '.
At the group or sociological level, historic factors may make the process of assigning satisfactory meanings more or less problematic.
At the most basic level, this involves establishing what form of currency the country may have, whether a fiat currency, gold-backed currency ( disallowed for countries with membership of the International Monetary Fund ), currency board or a currency union.
At, the Channel Tunnel possesses the longest undersea portion of any tunnel in the world, although the Seikan Tunnel in Japan is both longer overall at and deeper at below sea level.
At the simplest level, the process of composting simply requires making a heap of wetted organic matter ( leaves, " green " food waste ) and waiting for the materials to break down into humus after a period of weeks or months.
At the end of glacials with sea level rapidly rising, corals become major sinks for Carbon dioxide as the reefs grow up to the new sea level.