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1. Clean Energy Jobs and American Power Act (Full Text )

Clean Energy Jobs and American Power Act (Full Text ) Full Text of the Clean Energy Jobs and American Power Act O:\DEC\DEC09670.xml [file 1 of 5] S.L.C. 111TH CONGRESS 1ST SESSION S. ll To create clean energy jobs, promote energy independence, reduce global warming pollution, and transitio ...

2. Executive Power Explained

Executive Power Explained The vesting clause of any Article of the Constitution is the clause under which executive power is vested into a specific body or group. The First Article of the Constitution has a vesting clause giving power to Congress, in the form of the Senate and the Hous ...

3. Read This Before Entering Into A Power Purchase Agreement

Read This Before Entering Into A Power Purchase Agreement A power purchase agreement is a particular type of purchase agreement focused on the purchasing of power from a power production source by another party.  The party which provides the power bought within a power purchase agreement is known as the provider ...

4. Federal versus State Power

Federal versus State Power Throughout American history and with the inception of the United States Constitution, there has been an ongoing debate about the struggle between Federal and State power. The United States Constitution was provided a structure by which the United States G ...

5. Power of Attorneys: What can they Do?

Power of Attorneys: What can they Do? What is a Power of Attorney?A general power of attorney refers to a formal document that gives an individual the legal right and authority to handle another person’s affairs. This authority is typically granted when the individual, who creates the power of a ...

6. The Authority of the Power of Attorney General

The Authority of the Power of Attorney General What is a General Power of Attorney?A general power of attorney refers to a formal document that gives an individual the legal right and authority to handle another person’s affairs. This authority is typically granted when the individual who creates the pow ...

7. Purpose of Durable Power of Attorney

Purpose of Durable Power of Attorney As an individual ages, he/she may choose to take certain measures to ensure that his/her wishes are upheld by medical professionals. He/she may choose to create a living will, in which he/she will have the ability to detail the types of life support that he/sh ...

8. Understanding Congress Legislative Power

Understanding Congress Legislative Power The United States Constitution grants all legislative powers to Congress in Article I, Section I, in what is commonly refer toas  the "Vesting Clause."  The "Vesting Clause" exists also in Articles II and III, in which it also delegates the speci ...

9. Power of Attorney Forms

Power of Attorney Forms ALABAMA Power of Attorney ALASKA Power of Attorney ARIZONA Durable Power of Attorney COLORADO Power of Attorney HAWAII Power of Attorney NEW YORK Power of Attorney MINNESOTA P ...

10. Police Power Explained

Police Power Explained Police power is representative of the way in which individual states may regulate citizen and non-citizen behavior and conduct. It proceeds with the express purpose of ensuring that the public's welfare is maintained, as well as its general health and safe ...

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