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The term does not include acts of medical diagnosis or the prescription of therapeutic or corrective measures. Application of Sunset Act. Unless continued in existence as provided by that chapter, the board is abolished September 1, A provide care to a patient being transported into, out of, or through this state; B provide nursing consulting services; or C attend or present a continuing nursing education program. Reference in Other Law. Texas Board of Nursing Sec.
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Pennsylvania More rainwater harvesting in Pennsylvania info here. This link was supplied by Andrew Scott. There are a hundreds of regulations on all other water, however. There are people who install rain barrels in Montana. I doubt that its against the law. This state has more regulations than I could read in a month, however in the California state legislature made it legal for individual home owners to capture rain water: They do not mention rain, just surface water.
Agency Mission The mission of the Texas Board of Nursing BON or Board is to protect and promote the welfare of the people of Texas by ensuring that each person holding a license as a nurse in this state is competent to practice safely. The Board fulfills its mission through the regulation of the practice of nursing and the approval of nursing educational programs. This mission, derived from the Nursing Practice Act, supersedes the interest of any individual, the nursing profession, or any special interest group.
House Bill HB relates to the continuation and functions of the Board and to the regulation of the practice of Nursing.
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Rice in blackface , which first surfaced in and was used to satirize Andrew Jackson ‘s populist policies. As a result of Rice’s fame, “Jim Crow” by had become a pejorative expression meaning “Negro”. When southern legislatures passed laws of racial segregation directed against blacks at the end of the 19th century, these statutes became known as Jim Crow laws.
South for freedmen , the African Americans who had formerly been slaves, and the minority of blacks who had been free before the war. In the s, Democrats gradually regained power in the Southern legislatures, having used insurgent paramilitary groups, such as the White League and the Red Shirts , to disrupt Republican organizing, run Republican officeholders out of town, and intimidate blacks to suppress their voting.
Extensive voter fraud was also used. Gubernatorial elections were close and had been disputed in Louisiana for years, with increasing violence against blacks during campaigns from onward.
Texas abortion clinics sue to undo laws dating back decades
Laws Affecting Reproductive Health and Rights: Over the course of the year, 39 states enacted provisions related to reproductive health and rights. Half of these new provisions, 70 in 22 states, sought to restrict access to abortion services. In sharp contrast to this barrage of abortion restrictions, a handful of states adopted measures designed to expand access to reproductive health services.
Four types of restrictions dominated the legislative scene during
Anyway why I really posted again I’m quite excited right now really. But then again, you knew that. Something happened a few nights ago. I posted what you will be reading next, and.. It didn’t appear on the site! Instead I saw D Santorum’s announcement of our release. I asked Ralphus if he was holding the post hostage, or what. I found out that it had some ‘script’ problem with our embedded video, which is not a youtube friendly trailer, but instead is a vimeo video hence the problem.
Their embed link has problems with html sites. But, after working a bit with the code, here it is.
Violence at home too often erupts into neighborhoods, workplaces and indeed places of worship. These heartbreaking domestic violence related murders over the weekend tear at the very fabric of Texas. Moreover, in Texas in the last year, women lost their lives at the hands of a male intimate partner, an additional 24 children and adults were killed in those incidents. Also in , Texas experienced eight incidents of familicide — a significant increase from the prior year total of zero, where perpetrators killed their children and partner before killing themselves.
We continue to underestimate the reach and devastation of domestic violence. Seeing it only as a microcosm, as something that happens privately between two people.
A enters on the property of another and looks into a dwelling on the property through any window or other opening in the dwelling; B while on the premises of a hotel or comparable establishment, looks into a guest room not the person’s own through a window or other opening in the room; or C while on the premises of a public place, looks into an area such as a restroom or shower stall or changing or dressing room that is designed to provide privacy to a person using the area.
Acts , 63rd Leg. Amended by Acts , 65th Leg. Acts , 82nd Leg. Acts , 83rd Leg. Amended by Acts , 73rd Leg. A to prevent obstruction of a highway or any of those areas mentioned in Subdivision 1 ; or B to maintain public safety by dispersing those gathered in dangerous proximity to a fire, riot, or other hazard.
EDUCATION CODE CHAPTER DISCIPLINE; LAW AND ORDER
For most, it’s probably hard to grasp how such laws could be legal. Undoubtedly, many appeals will be filed to challenge these laws. In some states such as Ohio, many of the retroactive provisions have been found to be unconstitutional upon being appealed, and have been reversed. In other states, the high courts have upheld the new laws. The purpose of this article is to educate you all about why these new laws may or may not ultimately be determined to be illegal.
Section 17 of the Pennsylvania Constitution reads:
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Current Case Fisher v. Texas In , several high school seniors who had been denied admission at the University of Texas-Austin filed a lawsuit. The students argued that the University of Texas could not use race as a factor in admission processes if there were other race-neutral options that would have the same results on diversity. A federal district judge found in favor of the University of Texas, stating that the University had complied with the admission requirements laid out in Grutter v.
Additionally, the court cited a University of Texas study from , which found that that year 79 percent of the university’s individual courses had zero or one African-American students and 30 percent of the courses had zero or one Hispanic students. Thus, the court decided that while race neutral options had been considered, these options were not a viable way for the University of Texas system to maintain and increase diversity.
In January , a three-judge panel of the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals heard the case and upheld the ruling in favor of the University of Texas. In June , the full court decided not to rehear the lawsuit, letting the decision of the three-member panel stand. Supreme Court agreed to hear the case in February
PENAL CODE CHAPTER DISORDERLY CONDUCT AND RELATED OFFENSES
The student code of conduct must be posted and prominently displayed at each school campus or made available for review at the office of the campus principal. In addition to establishing standards for student conduct, the student code of conduct must: A self-defense; B intent or lack of intent at the time the student engaged in the conduct; C a student’s disciplinary history; or D a disability that substantially impairs the student’s capacity to appreciate the wrongfulness of the student’s conduct; 5 provide guidelines for setting the length of a term of: A a removal under Section A managing students in the classroom, on school grounds, and on a vehicle owned or operated by the district; B disciplining students; and C preventing and intervening in student discipline problems, including bullying, harassment, and making hit lists; and 9 include an explanation of the provisions regarding refusal of entry to or ejection from district property under Section
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Free Speech Environmental Protection A broad spectrum of groups representing these interests and more have spoken out against ag-gag laws, opposing their introduction across the country. Ag-gag laws are also troublesome because they do not reflect the public’s will. Polls consistently show that the majority of Americans favor humane treatment of farm animals. It is important to let our state legislators know that we do not support the passage of ag-gag bills or any other legislation that would allow animal abuse to be covered up.
Despite our best efforts, a few states have enacted anti-whistleblower bills into law. A handful of other states have had ag-gag-type laws since the s. Take a look below to see if your state has introduced an ag-gag bill, and take action! Arkansas — Introduced legislation in Colorado — Introduced S. This “quick-reporting” bill would prevent the collection of adequate evidence to show patterns of abuse, neglect or abandonment, potentially hindering prosecution of abusers. Bill tabled in February by its sponsor.
Indiana — Introduced legislation in , and Bills failed in and