Unit 38 – P3: Identify how government policies impact on a selected businesses In this assignment, I will identify on how government policies impact on a selected business, in this case, Honey Tree Holiday Park. Change in Government spending Data and Back up Reference Effect on the business Good or bad news Government rises the National Minimum Wage On the 1st of October 2015, the national minimum wage for adults went up by “57 pence to £3.30 for apprentices and rises by 20 pence to £6.70 per hour for adult workers.” This will have a negative impact on Honey Tree Holiday Park because they now have to pay their staff the minimum national wage, which has increased.
#1). Why did the court in the Hargrave case (Text p. 173) find that Karen Hargrave was not, in fact, married to the decedent, Duval? Common-law marriages were statutorily abrogated in South Dakota in 1959 by an amendment to the SDCL 25-1-29. The ammended statute provided that any marriage contracted outside the jurisdiction of this state which is valid by the laws of the jurisdiction in which such marriage was contracted, is valid in this state.
Goldman v Weinberger is a case in which Goldman sued Weinberger because his freedom of religion was not exercised in the United States Air force. Goldman sued him because his religion called for him to wear a yarmulke to show that God was the highest form of life. For years he wore the accessory. He was later told to take off the accessory and he refused the proposal. A couple of days later “ In 1981 he was required to testify as a defense witness at a court-martial ” according to https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Goldman_v._Weinberger .
The Battle of Antietam was not clearly won by either the Union Army or the Confederate Army, but still ended up being one of the most significant battles and turning points of the American Civil War. It might not be as well-known as other battles such as the Battle of Gettysburg or the Battle of Appomattox, but it was still very important to the overall outcome of the Civil War. There are a number of reasons why this battle is so significant and stands out from other Civil War battles. The Battle of Antietam was “fought primarily on September 17, 1862, between the town of Sharpsburg, Maryland, and Antietam Creek” (Battle of Antietam 2016).
Daniel C. Miller, LLC is an experienced trial lawyer. Their law offices are located in Lee's Summit, Missouri and Overland Park, Kansas. Daniel C. Miller, LLC is a defense attorney and personal injury lawyer. Daniel C. Miller, LLC specializes in civil lawsuits as well. As a personal injury attorney, Daniel Miller handles the cases of traffic accidents, car accidents, truck accidents, motorcycle accidents, slip and falls, product liability, soft tissue/whiplash injuries, dangerous conditions, and construction site accidents.
In the year 2011, 39-year-old Abel Fields attended a city meeting about public safety. During the meeting, he presented a speech where he falsely claimed that he had eight years of military experience and was rewarded the Purple Heart. Because of his lies, he was convicted under the Stolen Valor Act and found guilty, sentenced to pay a fine of $1,000. In his case before the Supreme Court, Fields argued that the Stolen Valor Act was unconstitutional, and that his right to free speech had been violated. The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled in Fields' favor, but the government appealed the decision to the Supreme Court because, according to the Stolen Valor Act of 2005, these fraudulent claims "damage the reputation and meaning of
Dean Arnold Corll was an American serial killer who abducted, raped, tortured and murdered roughly 28 boys in a series of killings spanning from 1970 to 1973 in Texas. The murders became known as the Houston Mass Murders. Corll was also infamously known as the “Candy Man” and the “Pied Piper”. He was known as this because he and his family owned a candy factory in Texas, from which he gave candy to local children. All of Corll’s victims were males between the ages of 13 and 20, with the majority of his victims in their teens.
Gordon Parks’ novel forced the public of the 1960s to face their prejudices and debilitating cultural norms through the main character’s acute encounter with the “society of the time.” A Cchoice of Wweapons was published in 1966, during a time of high racial tensions and toward the end of the civil rights movement. His book was very controversial because it showed how black people’s rights were being abused, which many people were either unaware of or ignorant to. It showed many people the great challenges african americans faced in their society and just how unjust it truly was.
Wow, this is an amazing sight of beauty. Why is this not a national park? It seems as if we are thinking the same thing. It is visited by hundreds of people every year. I think the government should make this wonderful decision to make the Providence Canyon a national park.
Student sues college for accusations of plagiarism James Lowell is suing Green Hills College for 600,000 dollars after its Judicial Board has decided to suspend him for plagiarism. “We don’t feel that he was properly informed of the Judicial Board’s definition of plagiarism before he was accused of doing something wrong,” Attorney Janet Fillmore, who represents Lowell said. However, Dean Houston from the college said, “The college’s Judicial Board made the decision after fully considering all aspects of the case. It was also a decision without bias.”
Understanding the concept of intergovernmental aid is only the beginning in understanding the more widespread problem in the United States. In the United States, federal intergovernmental aid devoted to public welfare increased from $55 billion in 1977 to $284 billion in 2009 (Government Accountability Office). This means that there was a 417% increase in intergovernmental public welfare aid given to state governments by federal government. Most of the increase in aid can be attributed to the increase in categorical assistance programs and Medicaid. At the local level, according to David E. Wildasin, “in 2006, governments were the recipients of approximately $475 billion in [total] explicit transfers from the state and federal governments”