Wealth, income, fruits of one's labor---it doesn't matter. The salient point here is that the US Government just wants to take what YOU own or earn and do what THEY want with it. This is, of course, a violation of a fundamental right and any government that commits this is unjust.
Now all you need to do is fill out a form attesting that your plan was cancelled and that you "believe that the plan options available in the [ObamaCare] Marketplace in your area are more expensive than your cancelled health insurance policy" or "you consider other available policies unaffordable."
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Actually, a lot of nerds need to be reminded of what the US Government has become: the largest engine for the redistribution of wealth.
One can assume ONE of the following is true about the police department:
1. They are completely ignorant of the laws and the Constitution that they have sworn to uphold
2. They conspired to withhold information from the courts.
Either way, I believe that credit should be given where credit is due.
Seriously? We're talking about California. Because Google has money, they should have the right to redistribute it as they see fit.
The difference is just a difference in the proportion of products targeted at a demographic. Safeway has a wider audience and wider variety of products. Whole foods just allocates the proportion of their products differently.
Look at who is vehemently perpetuating this pseudoscience. People like Orrin Hatch have neutered the FDA in regard to dietary supplements.
The number of locations is irrelevant.
At least in the USA, most cars are already very well regulated. The bigger problem lies with trucks.
Also, until fossil fuels are replaced in electricity generation, it's just moonbeam dreams and unicorn wishes. Also, battery production for EVs, hybrids, etc. is not necessarily great for the environment.
In the US, where over 60% of the electricity comes from fossil fuels, the Tesla is not a green car. Also, it is nowhere near zero emission.
He's Pluto's bounty hunter.
In a country where the chief executive makes claims that the US invented the automobile....yest, it is appropriate to assume we are all ignorant.
In many areas, this is not regulated by law but by legal precedent. Besides, laws can be changed and precedents evolve.
Besides, depending on the cause of the accident, this could easily fall under existing product liability laws, regulations, and precedents.
So, I see the Canadians are taking notes from the Americans and the British.
It would not feel like normal metal...perhaps curiously warm normal metal.
But the NSA’s not the only problem. An outdated law says the IRS and hundreds of other agencies can read our communications without a warrant.
That law, known as the Electronic Communications Privacy Act (ECPA), was written over 25 years ago, before the services we use today even existed.
Right now, several bills in Congress would fix this by updating ECPA to require a warrant, but regulatory bodies are blocking reform in order to gain new powers of warrantless access.
We call on the Obama Administration to support ECPA reform and to reject any special rules that would force online service providers to disclose our email without a warrant."
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