The U.S. federal government was created in 1789 under the United States Constitution. This document establishes information on bills and the judiciary laws. Federal Law-making Process. The process of creating federal laws begins with a bill being introduced into Congress by either the President or one of its members. A bill must be read on the floor, debated, amended and […]
What you may know about Bills and the Judiciary Laws
Why Are Laws Important In Every Epoch?
Laws have been part of global culture for centuries. Ancient civilizations developed legal codes that governed behavior among members of society. Over time, these early codes evolved into something more complex. As societies progressed, so did their laws. Laws now exist to protect us from harm, help us settle conflicts, punish those who break them, and establish boundaries for interacting […]
The 3 Branches of the Government
The United States has three main branches of government: executive, legislative, and judicial. Each branch shares power over certain areas such as foreign policy or law enforcement. The federal government is a powerful entity in America, so it is impossible to fully understand how each branch works without studying the intricacies of American governance. But first, we will briefly discuss […]
Laws that Govern Schools
This article will discuss some common laws that govern schools, including compulsory attendance requirements, zero-tolerance policies, freedom of speech rights, and mental health considerations. To operate legally schools must follow, numerous federal and state laws when it comes to running a school. Students and parents need to be aware of these laws to understand how schools operate and help ensure […]