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I'm trying to figure out what 8 U.S. Code § 1401 said in 1961 in order to resolve an argument on the Internet. I've found changes to the law like Public Law No: 103-416 but not the full text at a par …
asked Mar 22 '16 by Nick ODell
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I was reading about Shaw v. Reno, a case about a congressional district that was altered on the basis of the race of its voters. Is there a law (precedent or statutory) which requires congressional d …
asked Sep 11 '15 by Nick ODell
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In response to the recent Paris attacks, the governor of Alabama recently said this: Alabama governor Robert Bentley is refusing to allow Syrian refugees to relocate to Alabama. “After full …
asked Nov 17 '15 by Nick ODell
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Reading the list of officers of the 59th Congress, I see someone whose job I can't figure out: Postmaster: J.C. McElroy What did the Postmaster do? Was it his job to oversee the nation's posta …
asked Nov 13 '15 by Nick ODell
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I was reading a document filed by a member of the SEC in a civil case. (1:15-mc-91258-RGS in District of Massachusetts) At the beginning, it said this: I, <name>, declare under penalty of perjury …
asked Sep 6 '15 by Nick ODell