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For questions specific to the United States as a whole, or that span multiple state jurisdictions. If your question is related to a specific state then you should use that state's tag instead (or as well).

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Laws That Are 'Impossible' to Follow Can Still Be Constitutional, Says California Court California passed a law a decade ago that demanded gun manufacturers implement microstamping technology that …
answered Dec 13 '18 by Chloe
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No. Argentina defaulted on their debts in the 1990's. No one would lend to them. So they decided to issues bonds based on US laws and rules. People bought them up. Then they defaulted again in the 200 …
answered Dec 20 '18 by Chloe