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  • ...ants, and a system of price supports that delicately balances the nation's agriculture markets, and its international efforts to promote domestically grown produc ...1421 note et seq.), enacted to maintain the income of farmers. The Federal Agriculture Improvement and Reform Act of 1996 (Freedom to Farm Act) (Pub.L. 104–127,
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  • Proponents of agriculture subsidies point to several reasons why they are necessary. They claim that The U.S. government first initiated efforts to control the agriculture economy during the Great Depression of the late 1920s and early 1930s. Duri
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  • #REDIRECT [[Agriculture Department]]
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  • ...nds of Mexican nationals to work in the United States as guests, mostly in agriculture. A number of groups opposed the proposal. A United States-Mexico Migration
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  • ..., public assistance, education, natural resources, labor, law enforcement, agriculture, commerce, and revenue. Any regulation established by such an agency that c
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  • The law as it relates to agriculture is concerned with farmers, ranchers, and the consuming public. Agricultural ...utional by the Supreme Court in 1936, in part because the Court considered agriculture a matter of local concern. Congress and President Roosevelt continued to pr
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  • ...ants, and a system of price supports that delicately balances the nation's agriculture markets, and its international efforts to promote domestically grown produc ...1421 note et seq.), enacted to maintain the income of farmers. The Federal Agriculture Improvement and Reform Act of 1996 (Freedom to Farm Act) (Pub.L. 104–127,
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  • Proponents of agriculture subsidies point to several reasons why they are necessary. They claim that The U.S. government first initiated efforts to control the agriculture economy during the Great Depression of the late 1920s and early 1930s. Duri
    15 KB (2,293 words) - 20:50, 18 December 2009
  • ...te bureaus gathered in Chicago, Illinois. The AFBF soon became a voice for agriculture at the national level, <span>[[Lobbying|lobbying]]</span> Congress for pass ... early 2000s has concerned the current and future role of biotechnology in agriculture. Biotechnology and other technological developments including computers, la
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  • ...nded research. Under amendments added to the act in 1985, the secretary of agriculture was required to promulgate standards to govern the humane handling, care, t ...iduals, sued the <span>[[U.S. Department Of Agriculture|U.S. Department of Agriculture]]</span> (USDA), claiming that the final regulations were <span>[[Arbitrary
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  • ...ollowing his election, Brown appointed Bird to his cabinet as secretary of agriculture. She spent most of her time in that office working to settle a series of on
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  • ...6 (1999). This case grew out of the prosecution of Mike Espy, secretary of agriculture in the Clinton administration, for allegedly accepting bribes. After Espy w
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  • ...nse, the attorney general, the secretary of the interior, the secretary of agriculture, the secretary of commerce, the secretary of labor, the secretary of <span>
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  • ... politics as usual. Her initial appointment to a minor subcommittee of the Agriculture Committee struck her as a waste of her talents and experience, and, despite
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  • ...and the general public. The Bureau of the Census collects data on housing, agriculture, state and local governments, business, industry, and international trade.
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  • ... On July 1, 1939, it was transferred to the <span>[[Agriculture Department|Agriculture Department]]</span> under a presidential <span>[[Reorganization Plan|reorga ...oard. The board consists of seven members (in addition to the secretary of agriculture) who are appointed by the president of the United States by and with the ad
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  • <p>In the context of agriculture, a farmers' cooperative refers to an organization of farmers residing in th
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  • ...]]</span>, sponsors such insurance. By improving the economic stability of agriculture, crop insurance promotes the welfare of the nation.</p>
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  • ... employed by the <span>[[U.S. Department Of Agriculture|u.s. department of agriculture]]</span> and are frequently subject to a quarantine period prior to entry i
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  • ...omic losses owing to natural disasters. The <span>[[Agriculture Department|Agriculture Department]]</span> provides emergency loans to eligible farmers and ranche ...es to prevent and recover from flood damage, and the <span>[[Department Of Agriculture|Department of Agricultyre]]</span> offered aid to farmers who sustained eco
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  • ...es of these types of water pollution are industry, municipal activity, and agriculture.
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  • ...tional units within the executive branch are the 15 executive departments: Agriculture, Commerce, Defense, Education, Energy, <span>[[Health And Human Services|HE
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  • ...ented as meeting <span>[[U.S. Department Of Agriculture|u.s. department of agriculture]]</span> standards. The court ruled for the plaintiffs, saying that "the pl
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  • ...uaranteed by the <span>[[U.S. Department Of Agriculture|u.s. department of agriculture]]</span>.</p>
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  • ...es, which also loosely correspond with the thirteen substantive areas, are Agriculture, Nutrition, and Forestry; Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs; Commerce, Sc
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  • ...enses before U.S. magistrates, to the review of orders by the Secretary of Agriculture under the Perishable Agricultural Commodities Act of 1930 (7U.S.C.A. 499f,
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  • ...ally pro-British, favored the interests of commerce and manufacturing over agriculture, and wanted the new government to be developed on a sound financial basis. ...eralist party at every turn. Republicans were generally pro-French and pro-agriculture. They believed that the Constitution should be strictly interpreted, favore
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  • ...sts to prevent disastrous fires, and they do not apply to ordinary acts of agriculture that are properly conducted, such as the setting of fire to an area of land
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  • ...ision of the new <span>[[U.S. Department Of Agriculture|u.s. department of agriculture]]</span> (USDA) in 1862 (12 Stat. 387). ...gency's name was changed to the current one, Food and Drug Administration (Agriculture Appropriation Act, 46 Stat. 976).
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  • ...pan>[[Charles Evans Hughes|Charles Evans Hughes]]</span>, and Secretary of Agriculture Henry C. Wallace. These and other cabinet heads helped lead the government
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  • ...nizing Helms in their own direct-mail campaigns. He was most successful in agriculture policy. Helms won continued backing for tobacco price supports, an issue ke
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  • ...nal Law|international law]]</span> specialist served in the Departments of Agriculture and Justice from 1933 to 1936. He then moved to the <span>[[State Departmen
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  • ...', 30 N.C. App. 134, 226 S.E.2d 534 [1976]). The court consulted the state agriculture board's regulations and noted that the peanut industry allows a small amoun
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  • ...ndividuals with business pending before the <span>[[Agriculture Department|Agriculture Department]]</span> and whether Espy had committed any crimes connected to,
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  • | colspan="2" | <small>SOURCE</small>: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Center for Nutrition Policy and Promotion, Expenditures on Children by Fam
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  • <p>Hines, N. William. 1994. "The Land Ethic and American Agriculture." <i>Loyola of Los Angeles Law Review</i> 27.</p>
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  • ;ASCS: Agriculture Stabilization and Conservation Service ;FAIRA: Federal Agriculture Improvement and Reform Act of 1996
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  • #REDIRECT [[Agriculture Department]]
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  • ...ollution also involves the accumulation of chemicals in the ground. Modern agriculture, which has grown dependent on chemical fertilizers and chemicals that kill
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  • ... the right to travel through or reside in any state for purposes of trade, agriculture, or professional endeavors; the right to claim the benefit of the writ of <
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  • ...ee to convert from an economy based on hunting and the fur trade to one of agriculture. Some Cherokee adopted the Southern tradition of slave-holding. By the 1830
    9 KB (1,356 words) - 22:27, 8 January 2010
  • ...003&#x2013;04), the Senate had sixteen standing, or permanent, committees: Agriculture, Nutrition, and Forestry; Appropriations; Armed Services; Banking, Housing,
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  • ...onies was not widespread, because the commercial economies and small-scale agriculture practiced by the Germans, Swedes, and Danes in this region did not require
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  • ... for which the under secretary is responsible include international trade, agriculture, energy, finance, transportation, and relations with developing countries.<
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  • ...ssive Party]]</span> that nominated former vice president and secretary of agriculture Henry A. Wallace to be its presidential candidate. Nevertheless, President
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  • ...man Services Department|health and human services department]]</span>, the Agriculture Department, and the <span>[[Internal Revenue Service|Internal Revenue Servi
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  • ...d non-profit entities, political and religious organizations, industry and agriculture, manufacturers and producers, wholesalers and retailers, sole proprietorshi
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  • ...Department|Defense Department]]</span>, the <span>[[Agriculture Department|Agriculture Department]]</span>, the <span>[[Small Business Administration|Small Busine
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  • ...hat the nation's three primary sources of water pollution&#x2014;industry, agriculture, and municipalities&#x2014;had been regularly discharging harmful materials
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  • ...e was appointed general counsel to the U.S. <span>[[Agriculture Department|Agriculture department]]</span> in Washington, D.C. In 1979, President Carter made Wedd
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  • ...he Forest Service, which is a branch of the <span>[[Agriculture Department|Agriculture Department]]</span>, manages and regulates national forests and grasslands.
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  • The residents of agriculture-based, slave-holding Calloway County—including Newsom—probably favored
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  • ...seeing the various sectors of GATT. The committees focus on such issues as agriculture, sanitary measures, subsidies, customs valuation, and rules of origin.</p>
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  • ...ls. In 1986, the <span>[[U.S. Department Of Agriculture|u.s. department of agriculture]]</span> approved the sale of the first living genetically altered organism <p>The Department of Agriculture formally became involved in genetic engineering in April of 1988, when the
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  • ...ver Hudson Kelley, a former employee of the <span>[[Agriculture Department|Agriculture Department]]</span>, organized a group called the Patrons of Husbandry. Mem
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  • ...nding the nation's infrastructure. Infrastructure includes food and water; agriculture; emergency services; energy sources such as dams; transportation; informati
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  • ...e"><p>The Homestead Act of 1862 was a landmark in the evolution of federal agriculture law. Passed by Congress during the Civil War, it had an idealistic goal: it ...lroad Act]]</span>, and the creation of the <span>[[Agriculture Department|Agriculture Department]]</span>. The Homestead Act went into effect on January 1, 1863,
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  • ...ss (1995&#x2013;97), there were nineteen standing committees in the House: Agriculture; Appropriations; Banking and Financial Services; Budget; Commerce; Economic
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  • #REDIRECT [[Agriculture Department]]
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  • ...d_States|United States Supreme Court]] case concerning corporate rates and agriculture. 94 U.S. 113 (1877). This case allowed states to regulate specific business
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  • [[Category:Agriculture]] [[Category:Business_Law]] [[Category:Cell_Phones]] [[Category:Children's_
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  • ...struction of a highway through the middle of the farm it is unsuitable for agriculture and more valuable as development property due to growth in the immediate ar
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