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A2 task: separate branches and restraints on power

Continue to build on your theory knowledge of the checks and balances each of the three branches has on one another. Remember that the term “separation of powers” is misleading: rather the US has a system of powers  169 more words

A2 Tasks

MSCF Minute, Sept., 25, 2014

This issue focuses on the current political season and the power of yard signs.

Legislative

2014 Fall Hill Visit

I’ve been away from the blog so long that my own page didn’t even recognize me.  It’s been a while, eh? I’ve been staying on top of homework and work and all my NASHRM/ALSHRM activities and leaving little time for the bloggymcblogblog here, however it is time for a legislative update for the world of HR. 1,018 more words

Nonprofit Tax Havens Are a Thing?

While the news is full of stories about the current do-nothing Congress (see here and here and here for examples) and even this… 795 more words

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Voter Pledge and Schultz LIt Drop

In faculty school mailboxes today, Thursday, Sept. 18, are two items of note:

  • Voter Pledge.  Complete the pledge card with your home mailing address.  Insert into…
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Call to Action: Attend Sept. 22 PCCO Mitigation Fee Extension Meeting

The Charlotte City Council will hold a public hearing next Monday, September 22nd on a proposed 5-year extension of the PCCO Mitigation Fee program, and it will be CRITICAL for members of the development industry to attend and voice their support. 177 more words

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