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What exactly is the law that states a business has to give you an application?

A:  Their is no such law. The only law that is close to what your saying is that you have a right to go to a business and ask for a applications if they are hiring. They can''t say oh no we can''t give you it cuz your not our type. Or flat out no. Even if lets say your a highschool student and applying for a engineering job. Even though the highschool kid has no college degrees in engineering the business can''t refuse to give him an application for the job. By law you can''t refuse someone even unqualified to apply for a open job at a business. It is called the equal employment opportunity act. I am not sure if it''s a state statue or a federal one. That is the only law their is... what your...

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Is the supreme court poised to destroy the nation’s campaign finance laws?

A:  YES THEY ARE & IF THEY DO IT, IT WILL BE THE WORST DECISION IN THE HISTORY OF THIS COUNTRY AND I AM INCLUDING DREDD SCOTT BUT, I DON''T THINK THEY WILL DO IT. IT WOULD GIVE CORPORATIONS GREATER RIGHTS THAN HUMANS. AND I WILL FILE SUIT THE NEXT DAY ON THAT BASIS. YOU ,mean buying elections for the democratic party with all labor unions ! what seldon said Excuse my ignorance in this matter but I really do not know so I will ask. It will be the biggest shredding of the USA Constitution since the USA supreme court ruled in Santa Clara County v. Southern Pacific Railroad that corporations are persons and deserve equal protection rights under the 14th Amendment....

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What exactly is the Civil Air Patrol all about, and would it benefit me if I wanted to get into Army Aviation?

A:  Although the answer is yes, You need to recognize that the Civil Air Patrol Has three missions. Aerospace, Emergency services, and Cadet Programs. All of which is appealing to any branch of the government. Civil air patrol looks good on any application. Especially if you become a cadet officer. So dont join the CAP only for aerospace, because you wont progress....

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What exactly is the reason for an inventory for probate

A:  This is a probate question that should have been in your other thread. You really need to keep all your probate questions in one thread. Otherwise you'll be all over the boards, have parallel discussions, annoy everybody, and discourage responses....

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What is the use of apex court?

A:  ha ha ha ha . lawyer saahib . supreme court is apex court. first comes lower court then high court then supreme court (apex court) it is at local area court. it is atlowest positioned. apex court means supreme court of India,it is a appellate corut and wrt court Apex court means the highest court of law in a state. In case of india it is the

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What Have Been the Most Important supreme court Cases?

A:  The United States supreme court began in 1790 and has heard many cases over the years that have changed our history. It is the supreme court''s responsibility to make sure the United States Constitution is upheld when they make their ruling. While there are hundreds of supreme court cases in the history books, there are only a select few that would be considered the most important by many people. During one of the earlier supreme court cases in 1819, McCulloch versus Maryland, the United States supreme court ruled that the state government had...

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What does the United States supreme court''s order accepting Bush v. Gore and staying the vote count mean? Since it was 5-4, doesn''t that mean that Bush has already won?

A:  Sure, I''ll tell you what the supreme court is definitely going to do. I''ll also tell you how to lose 20 pounds without dieting, where to find Jimmy Hoffa, and the recipe for Secret Sauce.Unfortunately, I can''t do any of those things. But I think I can shed a little light on how to read the court''s order.It''s very easy to assume that the 5-4 vote to take the case (and especially to stay the count) means that Mr. Bush is going to win this round. But the court does not reverse every case it takes. And you should read this order (it is short) very carefully before you are too sure it will this time. Typically, the court publishes no opinions when it takes a case;...

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What does the United States supreme court''s order accepting Bush v. Gore and staying the vote count mean? Since it was 5-4, doesn''t that mean that Bush has already won?

A:  Sure, I''ll tell you what the supreme court is definitely going to do. I''ll also tell you how to lose 20 pounds without dieting, where to find Jimmy Hoffa, and the recipe for Secret Sauce.Unfortunately, I can''t do any of those things. But I think I can shed a little light on how to read the court''s order.It''s very easy to assume that the 5-4 vote to take the case (and especially to stay the count) means that Mr. Bush is going to win this round. But the court does not reverse every case it takes. And you should read this order (it is short) very carefully before you are too sure it will this time. Typically, the court publishes no opinions when it takes a case;...

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What Is a Lower court?

A:  A court system is the full array of courts established in a country or nation. It is generally a hierarchical system, having several levels, at the highest of which is the supreme court of the land, which may in fact have the words supreme court in its name. A lower court is not only farther down in the hierarchy, but bears specific, designated relationships to courts that are above it. These courts that figure low in the hierarchy may be referred to as “lower” courts or “inferior” courts, or similar terms, depending on...

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When a Conservative supreme court is Not So Conservative

A:  If there is one subject that gets everyone hot and bothered, it is the United States supreme court. The highest court in the land is the focus of so much attention because it has such far reaching power. The court has recently become much more conservative, but that may not mean what many conservatives really want. The United States supreme court is the most powerful governmental agency in the United States. Well, maybe after the Federal Reserve! The reason for this is the supreme court can overrule any law and can dictate how things should be handled in legal issues....