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Which organization sought to prohibit the consumption of alcohol in order to preserve family life?

Woman's Christian Temperance Union

Why was there a book burning in England?

This was during the Nazi invasion. Prisoners were not allowed to read. What ? Now what books have you been reading ? When and where were books burned in England ? Books were burned in Germany in the 1930s because they offended the Nazi ideas of racial purity. Goethe, Nietche & seditious folk such as that.

What is the Hatch Act?

An act of Congress originally passed in 1939 which prevented government employees from either engaging in partisan political activities, or being coerced into doing so.

What happened in England 2004?

Some notable events that occurred in 2004:-the coroner's inquest into the death of Diana, Princess of Wales, was officially opened-Richard Desmond bought the dying Daily Telegraphtabloid, saving it from extinction-A 15 year old Scottish boy was abducted, tortured, and killed by a Pakistani gang in Glasgow-Tony Blair announced a change in government policy: there was a referendum on the proposed EU constitution-Peter Mandelson announced as Britain's new European Commisioner-A Fathers 4 Justice campaigner dressed at Batman breached security at Buckingham Palace-Blair announced his intention to resign as Prime Minister if Labour won the next general election so he will not stand for a possible fourth term in the position-Government announced plan to prohibit smoking in most enclosed public places-Parliment passed the Hunting Act of 2004, banning fox hunting in England and Wales-Bank robbery in Belfast where 26.5 million pounds was stolen-Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban premieres

Civil rights act of 1974?

The most comprehensive civil rights legislation was passed by Congress and signed by President Lyndon B. Johnson in 1964. The Civil Rights Act of 1964 prohibited discrimination for reason of color, race, religion, or national origin in places of public accommodation, and anything covered by interstate commerce. That included restaurants, hotels, motels, and theaters. The act also forbad discrimination in employment and discrimination on the bases of sex. The Voting Rights Act of 1965 was passed to protect the right to vote. Federal observers would be placed at the polls to make sure all citizens had the right to vote. The Civil Rights Act of 1968 outlawed discrimination in housing and the selling of real estate. Supreme Court decisions in 1954 and 1955 declared racial segregation in public schools unconstitutional and the court's rulings in 1955 banned segregation in publicly financed parks, playgrounds, and golf courses. Women began to push for their civil rights also. In 1963 the federal Equal Pay Act was passed and the states followed suit. This prevented men from being paid higher salaries for the same job the women would do and receive less pay. The ERA (Equal Rights Amendment) intended to prohibit all discrimination based on sex but it failed to win ratification. The Equal Rights Amendment was reintroduced in Congress on July 14, 1982 and has been before every session of Congress since that time.

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Can you get a passport if you have an expunged record?

A criminal conviction, whether expunged or not, generally does not prohibit a person from obtaining a passport. It may prohibit the convicted from entering certain countries, though.

According to chief justice waite what authority did congress have to regulate religious practices in the territories?

congress cannot pass a law for the government of the territories which shall prohibit the free exercise of religion

Does a felony charge prohibit you from obtaining a guard license?

No, but you can't carry a gun, and I doubt you will get hired anywhere.

What sort of business activities should government prohibit?

Government should prohibit illegal activities and activities that are detrimental to the economy. To do this, they have to establish agencies and committees to monitor various industries.

Can government prohibit a religious practice that endangers public health or safety?


Why does the government not prohibit an assembly for any of the following reasons except?

What might be said.

Does the electronic communications privacy act prohibit unauthorized eavesdropping on business and the government?


Can a person obtain an insurance license with a felony charge?

Most U.S. states prohibit a felon from obtaining an insurance license as well as most other professional licenses.

What charges would prohibit someone from obtaining a limo license?

Most notably any drug trafficking charges. Each jurisdiction that issues a limo license will have its own rules by which it does.

How did the government respond to public pressure to prohibit trust and monopolies?

Public pressure for a federal law to prohibit trusts and monopolies led congress to pass the sherman antitrust act in 1890.

What premises would prohibit the Federal Government from doing something that is not mentioned in the US Constitution?

strict interpretation

How can the government protect child?

There are laws that prohibit child abuse or any mistreatment towards any child. However, the government cannot directly protect children.