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Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ Statements on Marijuana
Eight states have voted to legalize recreational marijuana. Twenty-nine states have legalized medical marijuana. Twenty-one states have decriminalized the drug. However, marijuana remains illegal under federal law as a Schedule 1 drug. Schedule 1 drugs are defined as having “no currently
Birthright Citizenship, also known as jus soli or “right of the soil,” is the automatic granting of citizenship to any children born within a nation’s borders or territories.
It Depends How the Sanctions Were Imposed in the First Place
The U.S. has imposed several rounds of sanctions against Russia. They include:
(1) The U.S. currently has about a dozen sanctions against Russia for selling arms to Iran, North Korea, and Syria. Under the sanctions, US companies
“Presidents come and go, but the Supreme Court goes on forever.”
Those words from former President William Howard Taft highlight the importance of this judicial body, also known as “the highest court in the land.”
Throughout its nearly 230-year history, a number of interesting personalities and cases have
Are you allowed to impeach a president for gross incompetence?
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) June 4, 2014
This is true! Although two U.S. presidents were impeached by the House of Representatives, they were both subsequently acquitted in the Senate.
What Does Impeachment Actually Mean?
This is fact! In America, people moan about how awful Valentine’s Day is – the restaurants are all packed, the greeting cards get more expensive every year, couples feel this weird obligation to “do something special.” Yeah, Valentine’s Day is so hated that anti-Valentine’s Day events have even
This is true! People have been criminally prosecuted for manslaughter without ever laying a finger on the suicide victim, although it varies from state to state.
In Missouri, a Dairy Queen manager has been charged with second-degree involuntary manslaughter after a teen she supervised committed suicide.
The 21-year old
Basically, an executive order is an official statement from the president directing how federal agencies, which are part of the executive branch of government, should use their resources. Such orders are one of the types of “executive actions” permitted under Article II of the Constitution, and are the most formal executive action.
Why Does the President Have the Power to Pardon Convicts?
Article II, Section 2, Clause 1, of the Constitution says the President “shall have Power to grant Reprieves and Pardons for Offenses against the United States, except in Cases of Impeachment.” The Office of the Pardon Attorney, which