Assembly Speaker sends revised parliamentary law to Cabinet 국회법 개정안, 야당 중재안 수용

Rival parties ended a standoff over a contentious parliamentary law and sent the final version to the Cabinet on Monday. The opposition accepted the Assembly Speaker′s proposal to change wording in the law that could be deemed unconstitutional. Our Ji Myung-kil tells us more. National Assembly speaker Chung Ui-hwa sent the final version of the […]

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School of Public Policy | Davenport Institute – Professional Certificate in Public Engagement

(upbeat soaring music) – [Man] The group that has come together here, they all have great backgrounds and experiences in community engagement and being able to learn from the cohort itself was really great. – [Woman] The instructors, like all the participants, were incredibly committed individuals. – [Woman] They were able to share very complex […]

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Bucklew v. Precythe: The Decision [SCOTUSbrief]

Bucklew versus Precythe is a case involving the question of whether it was cruel and unusual to execute an offender via lethal injection. The two issues then are, number one, whether people who make an as-applied challenge have to show some alternative method that’s feasible and readily implemented and that significantly reduces the chance of […]

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Demand Action Against Citizens Property Insurance

Hello, my name is Ted Corless. I’m a property insurance lawyer, but today I’m coming to you for help. I represent 240 families that reside at the Cloverplace condominiums in Palm Harbor, Florida. Since 2010, Citizens Property Insurance has delayed the resolution of that claim, and denied benefits to those families, despite the fact that […]

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The incredible history of the 2nd Amendment and America’s gun violence problem | Jill Lepore

One of the more interesting theories about the nature of gun violence in the United States and the quite high homicide rate in the United States, both of which distinguish the United States from other similar nations, has to do with at what moment in time the United States became independent and why the Second […]

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Intellectual Property Law & Policy – Part 1: IP and Patent Laws | PennX on edX | Course About Video

R. POLK WAGNER: We’re in the information age, and knowledge is power. Welcome to the brave new world of intellectual property law. My name is Polk Wagner. And I’m a professor here at the University of Pennsylvania Law School. I invite you to join me to explore the legal doctrines at the core of the […]

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The Federal Government Gets More Power | Gibbons v. Ogden

Mr. Beat presents Supreme Court Briefs New York State 1808 I rhymed The New York state legislature grants Robert Livingston and Robert Fulton exclusive privileges to operate their steamboats on the rivers of the state. If those names sound familiar, it’s because Livingston was, I don’t know, A FOUNDING FATHER OF THE UNITED STATES and […]

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A Preview Of Trump’s Seven Imminent Executive Orders

A Preview Of Trump’s Seven Imminent Executive Orders. by Tyler Durden. Having already signed a (mostly symbolic) executive order on Obamacare on Friday night, urging US agencies to “waive, defer, grant exemptions from, or delay the implementation” of provisions deemed to impose fiscal burdens on states, companies or individuals, Trump is preparing to unload a […]

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Our Common Bond Clip 6 – Government and the law in Australia

What do the three levels of government do? Responsibilities of the Australian government: Taxation. National economic management. Immigration and Citizenship. Employment. Postal services, and the communications network. Social security, pension. And family support. Defence. Trade. Airports, and air safety. And foreign affairs. Relations with other countries. Responsibilities of the state and territory government: Hospitals, and […]

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Research With Impact: Hopkins’ Department of Health Policy and Management

[MUSIC PLAYING] KESHIA POLLACK: Public health to me is everywhere and it’s everything. It’s the water we drink, it’s the air we breathe, it’s the roads we travel on. COLLEEN BARRY: Injury, transportation policy, housing policy, social support programs. SPEAKER 1: You’re going to look at each person. KELLEIGH EASTMAN: This is the number one […]

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