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Questions relating to the government or the politics of the United States of America

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One issue with the second proposal as you've phrased it is that hotel workers run the gamut from cleaners to managers; is every hotel worker supposed to get training on recognizing human trafficking a …
answered Feb 28 by Azor Ahai
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On this question, a user commented: It should be noted that the US has the weakest political parties among modern democracies - that is, US politician are way more independent from their parties t …
asked Aug 28 '18 by Azor Ahai
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One additional argument I have heard from single-payer supporters is that doing it on a state level will only encourage people to move to the state and potentially not work and drag down the healthcar …
answered Apr 3 by Azor Ahai
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My understanding is the Vice President is constitutionally the president of the Senate, although they now usually only preside when a tie-breaker is likely to be needed or when required (e.g. counting …
asked Jan 10 by Azor Ahai
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Well, in some ways, it is. At least in my state, municipalities can set their own minimum wage on top of the state minimum wage, and that on top of federal, allowing them to adjust maybe a bit more f …
answered Jan 9 by Azor Ahai
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You don't specify which officeholders you have in mind, but many times the public calls for someone's resignation because it might be the only or quickest way to remove them from office. For example, …
answered Jul 5 '18 by Azor Ahai
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People often make the argument that healthcare cannot be considered a right because someone would be compelled to provide it for you. For example, from libertarianstandard.com: When supporters o …
asked Sep 20 '17 by Azor Ahai
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James K's answer is excellent, but I want to expand further on how tribes are organized presently. However in the 21st century this appears to be quite an archaic concept, since in theory all citi …
answered Jun 14 '18 by Azor Ahai
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In Canada, parliamentary ridings are given names, but in the US, members of Congress come from numbered districts, for example, California's 2nd. For all the states I'm aware of, this also holds for …
asked Apr 14 '18 by Azor Ahai