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  • The National Security Act Of 1947

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    Executive Order 9835 in order to ensure the attainment of national security, it failed to do so in a legal manner. Any national intelligence program such as the HUAC could not have legally used Truman 's loyalty program in order to attain national security. The National Security Act of 1947 states that the methods of investigation utilized by national intelligence programs should be “free of political considerations” (“National Security Act of 1947,” 12). Executive Order 9835 shows how the HUAC 's methods

  • Securities Exchange Act

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    Development of the Securities Act in 1933 The Securities Exchange Act in 1934, made the SEC (Securities and Exchange Commission) in light of the share trading system accident of 1929 and the Great Depression of the 1930s. It was made to ensure U.S. speculators against misbehavior in securities and budgetary markets. The motivation behind the SEC was and still is to complete the commands of the Securities Act of 1933: To ensure financial specialists and keep up the trustworthiness of the securities market by

  • Global Security Law And Act Of Network Security

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    Introduction Global Security Law / Act of Network Security Global security also called International security. International security consists of the measures taken by nations and international organizations, such as the United Nations, to ensure mutual survival and safety. These measures include military action and diplomatic agreements such as treaties and conventions. International and national security is invariably linked. International security is national security or state security in the global

  • The Social Security Act

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    A. Is Shirley Caretaker disabled within the meaning of the Social Security Act in that she meets the requirements of the disabling listing for 12.04 affective disorders in 20 C.F.R. Appendix 1 to Subpart P of Part 404-Listing of impairments? With respect the answer is yes for the reasons stated in the Argument section of this brief. B. Is Shirley Caretaker disabled within the meaning of the Social Security Act in that she meets the combined requirements of the listings for 1.01 and 1.02(a)(b)

  • Aviation & Transportation Security Act

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    Aviation and Transportation Security Act Abstract The passage of the Aviation and Transportation Security Act (ATSA) in 2001 changed the way the aviation industry operated and how passengers travel. The ATSA forced the US Government and aviation to change its security culture to ensure protection of passengers and employees from future attacks like those that occurred on September 11, 2001. The ATSA was passed and signed into law in direct response to the security vulnerabilities that surfaced

  • The Clean Energy And Security Act Of 2009

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    With total vote of 219 to 212, the American Clean Energy and Security Act of 2009 (ACES), also known as Waxman-Markley Cap and Trade bill ( Waxman-Markey), was passed on June 26, 2009 by the U.S. House of Representatives. The ACES Act contains five main categories. The first one is clean energy. The second is energy efficiency. The third is reducing global warming pollution. The fourth is transitioning to a clean energy economy, and the last is agriculture and forestry related offsets. In fact, Waxman-Markey

  • The Social Security Act Of 1935

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    Introduction The Social Security Act of 1935 [H.R. 7260] was a bill that was signed on August 14, 1935 by President, Franklin D. Roosevelt. The act was established to help the elderly, disabled, or families who have lost a parent or spouse. The Social Security Act also known as SSA, was created to provide disadvantaged populations federal benefits. The act has a total of eleven titles ranging from the topics of the elderly, unemployed, child welfare, public health, and the blind. This paper will

  • Social Security Act Of 1930

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    Social Security Act In 1930’s the Great Depression triggered a crises in the nation’s economic life. The Great Depression left millions of people unemployed and penniless. People consider leaving their farms behind to work in the cities factories to send money home. But as they grow into their new lifestyles the aging parent would stay behind to keep their dream of landowner ship. The seniors would be left in the hardest times of need living off the land. President Roosevelt’s New Deal was created

  • The Social Security Act Of 1935

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    The Social Security Act of 1935 brought about several changes in the world. The Social Security Act of 1935 bill was passed on April 14, 1935 and signed into law on August 14, 1935 with President Franklin D. Roosevelt in office. The Social Security Act was established to assist the elderly, old-aged workers, individuals involved in industrial accidents, unemployment insurance, the blind, and the physically and mentally disabled. Efforts in getting the Social Security Act of 1935 passed involved equality

  • Social Security Act Of 1935

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    In August 14, 1935 Social Security was established by the founder of Franklin D. Roosevelt. Social Security had a program known as social insurance for what it consists of retirement, disability, and survivors’ benefits. Those benefits included taxes. Let’s go back in time and explore the history and issues that were involved in social security. (Social security of United States) Before the 1930’s, the great depression in the 1929 became an issue for the economy as well as the stock market crashed