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Do you believe there could be legitimate reasons to have abortions? What reasons? Or is it NO excuse & cruel?

A:  I don''t think it should ever be any woman''s "choice" to end any other life but her own. Since she''s not dying from the procedure, but a baby is, I feel abortion is wrong. The only exception is when the mother''s life is REALLY at risk. If you have to chose between one life and another, well you have to chose, don''t you. .And a pregnancy that is endangering the mother''s life would be at serious risk of the child dying anyway I think that''s the only time abortion is "justified" But legally, I''m a bit hesitant to deny a rape victim the option. But in reality, very few rape victims (who become pregnant) chose abortion anyway. Other than that, they should be illegal. If it''s the WOMAN dying...

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How many states have constitutions or have passed laws that prohibit the feds from ...?

A:  Most state constitutions already have sovereignty clauses and many have made big deals out of passing sovereignty resolutions recently. The truth is though that most state and local governments have willingly sold their autonomy in exchange for funding from other entities and few would be able to survive on their own even if they wanted to. I''ve worked for a city government (in Texas), two county governments (one in Arizona, one in California) and a tribal government (completely dependent on Federal funding). The common denominator was that people wanted more than they needed and more than they could afford on their own so they looked to someone else (i.e., the Federal government directly, or the State government using funds from a Federal grant or program) to pick up the tab and spread...

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Adopting State to State - Do your home State have to give approval for you to re-enter the with your child?

A:  Yes, both states have to review all the paperwork and consents to ensure the laws for both states were followed, and give permission. This is done through the ICPC office in each state (Interstate Compact on the Placement of Children) It is done that way because the laws of both states must be followed. There are certain things that are required by both states (consents, placement reports, and sometimes proof of notice to the father.) This is done with the intention of making sure all aspects of the adoption are legal. It takes long because after the state they are in approves it, their home state must look over everything as well. A consent...

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Do All states Have Child Car Seat laws?

A:  In the United states, every state has some type of child car seat law that states whether or not child car seats are required and for whom they are mandatory. They may also include regulations for using other types of child restraints, such as booster seats. Though each state does have child care seat laws, the particular requirements vary from state to state. In one state, parents may be required to have children in child restraint systems until they are seven years old while others may require car seats for children who are three years old or younger. Additionally, each state may have different laws that cover financial penalties for those...

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Which state is it easiest to obtain a drivers license?

A:  It is very easy to get a drivers license in every state. As long as you can prove your identity, are able to demonstrate that you know how to drive safely, are able to pass a simple written test, and are able to pass a vision test. It''s a cinch. If you can''t do one of those, though, you probably won''t be able to get a drivers license in any state. If you are talking about id, all states have been tightening up since 9-11. They have no choice, as there are national minimums put in place by Homeland Security. You cannot get a post box in any state and use it as any kind of id for driver licence, because you do not live in a post box. You need something with a real address on it, even if you receive mail at a post box. From the Mississippe dmv: "Proof of...

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Which state in the United states is car insurance NOT required?

A:  No, all states do not require car insurance but they do require financial responsibility to operate a vehicle on the roadway. While not all states require drivers to buy liability insurance to show financial responsibility, a majority of them do. All 50 states have different requirements when it comes to auto insurance and the minimum insurance requirements. Almost every state requires you to have bodily injury liability insurance and every states has financial responsibility laws that require you be able to have sufficient assets to pay for any liability you cause in an incident. In some states, drivers can''t register a car without showing...

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My Ex Wants to Pay a Smaller Amount for Child Support and he Move Out of State, Which State has Jurisdiction?

A:  “My ex husband and I divorced in Michigan and the court ordered him to pay support on 2 of our daughters. We had it arranged so that he would pay me directly. He has now moved to Boston and I live in Washington state. He claims that he is going to pay me $125.00 less per month since the taxes in MA are so high. I am tired of him calling the shots and would like to put it back in the hands of the state. My question is, which state?” As of right now, the order in Michigan is still valid. So if he pays less than the ordered amount, a contempt action can be brought in the court that made the order (Michigan court). Either party can make a motion to change venue, since neither of you lives in Michigan anymore. You might just file for support with your local support collection...

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How many states have antistalking laws?

A:  Many states have also enacted antistalking laws, which deal with unwanted communications....

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Which states disallow employment discrimination based on lawful activities? I''m looking for a full list?

A:  Texas is one Most people don''t undestand that everyone has a constitutional right to exercise discrminating judgment and tastes as well as freedom of association, even if it''s thought to be unfair. In the US, most states have employment at will, so they don''t even have to give a reason for terminating you unless it''s because of prohibited reasons like gender, race, religion…. Maybe if you specified what “lawful activity” you are talking about, you''d get more complete answers. If you''re out burning flags in the parking lot, that would be very different than if you are in a same-gender relationship for example. I don''t quite understand your question. No states...

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How Long does the State have? Flordia

A:  There is a pretty extensive page on the online Florida website which describes the various statue of limitations. I could not find Grand Theft specifically. I would find out the exact statue (number) of what your friends violated and check back here on on the website. As far as what you tell your friends, I''m not sure what you should advise them. The 2007 Florida Statutes Title XLVI CRIMES Chapter 775 DEFINITIONS; GENERAL PENALTIES; REGISTRATION OF CRIMINALS View Entire Chapter 775.15 Time limitations; general time limitations; exceptions.– (1) A prosecution for a capital felony, a life felony, or a felony that resulted in a death may be commenced at any time. If the death penalty is held to be unconstitutional by the Florida Supreme Court or the United