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This federally overruled a state law to the contrary and reinstated a practice that had been in use for more than two decades with other probate judges despite being at odds with the contested state law.
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Furthermore in many cases federal laws allow for more stringent regulation by states, and of transfer of certain federally mandated responsibilities from federal to state control.
The right to a jury trial in civil cases does not extend to the states, except when a state court is enforcing a federally created right, of which the right to trial by jury is a substantial part.
A state and federally funded project named Perth City Link involves the sinking of a section of the railway line, in addition to the sinking of an existing above-ground bus terminal as well as riverside development, known as Elizabeth Quay.
Douglas joined the majority opinion of the U. S. Supreme Court in Roe, which stated that a federally enforceable right to privacy, " whether it be founded in the Fourteenth Amendment's concept of personal liberty and restrictions upon state action, as we feel it is, or, as the District Court determined, in the Ninth Amendment's reservation of rights to the people, is broad enough to encompass a woman's decision whether or not to terminate her pregnancy.
In 2011, the legislature of the state of Utah passed a bill to accept federally issued gold and silver coins as legal tender to pay taxes.
The National Guard of the United States is a reserve military force composed of National Guard militia members or units of each state and territory, plus the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico and the District of Columbia under federally recognized active or inactive armed force service for the United States.
The GSI Helmholtz Centre for Heavy Ion Research () is a federally and state co-funded heavy ion research center in the Arheilgen suburb of Darmstadt, Germany.
The new Act also established federally issued bank charters, which took banking out of the hands of state governments.
Today the Mashantucket Pequot Tribe of Connecticut are a federally recognized tribe, and the Eastern Pequot Tribal Nation are a state recognized tribe in Connecticut.
It also contains the Irish Wilderness, the largest federally protected wilderness area in the state.
During the Reconstruction era, local leaders opposed those appointed by the federally appointed state government.
The ancient cities of Talisi and neighboring Wetumpka in Alabama have been home to the federally recognized Poarch Band of Creek Indians, descendants of the people who stayed in the state after removal.
In addition to these state and federally designated parks, there are numerous local recreation opportunities.
In the United States only the federal government, state governments, and federally recognized American Indian tribal nations are recognized by the United States Constitution, so local governments are subdivisions of states.
** Sylvania Mountains Wilderness, a federally designated wilderness area located 30 &# 160 ; miles ( 48 km ) east of Bishop in the state of California
Collectively, such federally administered areas that are not part of any state are called federal enclaves.
Child support in the United States varies state-by-state and tribe-by-tribe ; each individual state and federally recognized American Indian tribe is responsible for developing its own guidelines for determining child support.
In 1998, background checks for firearm purchases became mostly a federally run activity when NICS came online, although many states continue to mandate state run background checks before a gun dealer may transfer a firearm to a buyer.
In 1980, because of inflation, Congress passed the Depository Institutions Deregulation and Monetary Control Act to exempt federally chartered savings banks, installment plan sellers and chartered loan companies from state usury limits.
This development was facilitated by the Morrill Act and the Hatch Act of 1887 which established in each state a land-grant university ( with a mission to teach and study agriculture ) and a federally funded system of agricultural experiment stations and cooperative extension networks which place extension agents in each state.
The United States acknowledges many groups of native people of the United States as " federally recognized tribes ", giving them that status of " domestic dependent nations " under the jurisdiction of the federal government but with some autonomy from the state of California.
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The Justice Department on January 11, 2010 initiated the Indian Country Law Enforcement Initiative which recognizes problems with law enforcement on reservations and assigns top priority to solving existing problems. The Department of Justice recognizes the unique legal relationship that the United States has with federally recognized tribes.
The eagle feather law ( Title 50 Part 22 of the Code of Federal Regulations ) stipulates that only individuals of certifiable Native American ancestry enrolled in a federally recognized tribe are legally authorized to obtain eagle feathers for religious or spiritual use.
Canadian privacy law is governed federally by multiple acts, including the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, and the Privacy Act ( Canada ).
Current United States eagle feather law ( 50 CFR 22 ) stipulates that only individuals of certifiable Native American ancestry enrolled in a federally recognized tribe are legally authorized to obtain eagle feathers for religious or spiritual use.
The City is also known for its police department, as it was the first — and for almost a decade the only — Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies federally accredited law enforcement agency in the State of Mississippi.
Shopping hours are governed by cantonal law and vary accordingly, while the only federally mandated store holiday is August 1 ( national holiday ), as per article 110 III of the Swiss Constitution.
Federal law in the United States requires all personnel working on a federally funded highway to wear a high-visibility vest starting on November 25, 2008.
The law was an attempt to implement some of the policy objectives outlined by the federally commissioned Royal Commission on Bilingualism and Biculturalism, which had been established in 1963 and since that time had been issuing periodic reports on the inequitable manner in which Canada ’ s English-speaking and French-speaking populations were treated by the federal administration.
It is a comprehensive federal law that prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex in any federally funded education program or activity.
Delano organized an expedition into Yellowstone whose discoveries influenced Congress and President Grant to sign into law America's first national park that federally protected public land from settler intrusion.
The Justice Department on January 11, 2010 initiated the Indian Country Law Enforcement Initiative which recognizes problems with law enforcement on Indian reservations and assigns top priority to solving existing problems. The Department of Justice recognizes the unique legal relationship that the United States has with federally recognized tribes.
# Certain federal police agencies such as the U. S. Capitol Police, whose officers are sworn in as federal law enforcement officers with the duty to provide police and security services to federally owned buildings
In order to carry out its purpose, the law authorized appropriations for fiscal year 1983 and for each succeeding fiscal year to carry out adult and youth programs, federally administered programs, summer youth employment and training programs, and employment and training assistance for dislocated workers.
Starting in 2001, the law applied to federally regulated industries ( such as airlines, banking and broadcasting ).
As a component of U. S. Department of Homeland Security, National Protection and Programs Directorate within DHS Headquarters, the Federal Protective Service ( FPS ) is responsible for law enforcement and security of nearly 9, 000 federally owned and leased buildings, courthouses, properties, and other federal assets and the personnel associated with those assets.
The related alarm monitoring function for GSA and other federally owned and leased facilities provides a dedicated and specialized service to ensure prompt dispatch of law enforcement and emergency first responders to situations at those facilities nationwide.
It applies throughout Canada, but only to federally regulated activities ; each province and territory has its own anti-discrimination law that applies to activities that are not federally regulated.
Appellees are New York City residents receiving financial aid under the federally assisted Aid to Families with Dependent Children program or under New York State's general Home Relief program who allege that officials administering these programs terminated, or were about to terminate, such aid without prior notice and hearing, thereby denying them due process of law.
In 1984, the Supreme Court of the United States upheld the family's right to sue under state law for punitive damages from a federally regulated industry.
It is a federally accredited law enforcement academy by the Federal Law Enforcement Training Accreditation ( FLETA ).
As a partner at King & Spalding, Clement was hired in April 2011 by the Republican majority in the U. S. House of Representatives to defend the Defense of Marriage Act, a law that federally defines marriage as between one man and one woman, after the U. S. Department of Justice decided to stop defending it.