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Being a woman, a patriarchal world is never a good option, but I was under the impression that Sri Lanka wasn’t right there at the bottom. 564 more words

Sri Lanka

J. M. Tuason & Co., Inc. v. Court of Appeals, 3 SCRA 696, No. L-18128, No. L-18672 December 26, 1961

En Banc

FACTS: Bruna Rosete and Tranquilino Dizon, petitioned the Court of First Instance to suspend the order of demolition of their houses, on the ground that they were tenants of the Tatalon Estate; that Republic Act No. 309 more words

Case Digests

Joya, et al. v. Presidential Commission on Good Government, 225 SCRA 568, G.R. No. 96541 August 24, 1993

En Banc

FACTS: Mateo A.T. Caparas, then Chairman of PCGG, requested then President Corazon C. Aquino, for authority to sign the proposed Consignment Agreement between the Republic of the Philippines through PCGG and Christie, Manson and Woods International, Inc. 465 more words

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የአስተዳደራዊ ድንጋጌዎች ህጋዊነትና ህገ መንግስታዊነት

ማህበራዊና ኢኮኖሚያዊ ችግር ሲፈጠር መፍትሔ የመሻት ቀዳሚ ኃላፊነት የተጣለባቸው በየዘርፉ የተቋቋሙ የአስተዳደር መ/ቤቶች ናቸው፡፡ ከትምህርት አሰጣጥ ወይም ጋር ጥራት ጋር የተያያዘ ወይም በከፍተኛ ትምህርት ተቋማት ውስጥ ችግር ሲከሰት የትምህርት ሚኒስቴር እንቅስቃሴ ይጀምራል፡፡ በጉምሩክ ህግ አፈጻጸም አቤቱታዎች ሲጎርፉ የገቢዎችና ጉምሩክ ባለስልጣን መፍትሔ ያፈላልጋል፡፡ በግንባታ ላይ የተሰማሩ ሠራተኞች ጉዳት ሲደርስባቸው የሠራተኛ ማህበራዊ ጉዳይ ሚኒስቴር የሥራ ላይ አደጋዎች እንዳይከሰቱ ትኩረት ሰጥቶ ስራ ይጀምራል፡፡ ችግሮችን ለመቅፍ መላ መዘየድ ችግር የለውም፤  እንዲያውም ይበረታታል፡፡

The Most Important of All Rights

The one argument that always amazes me from the people who love guns in the extreme is that the Second Amendment to the US Constitution is the most important of the amendments since it protects the right of the people to keep and bear arms. 604 more words

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Oregon's non-unanimous jury law under scrutiny

A case appealed to the U.S. Supreme Court could impact Oregon law allowing 10-2 convictions.

Oregon’s long-time law allowing felony convictions by non-unanimous juries could be tested if the U.S. 51 more words

Portland Tribune

Is Multnomah County's Political Contribution Cap Constitutional?

Oregon is one of a handful of states with no limits on political contributions, largely due to expansive free-speech protections. But Oregon’s wild west style of political spending will face an unusual test in a Multnomah County courtroom on Tuesday. 13 more words

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