Governmental agencies and organizations are often charged with enforcing rights and determining which rights are enforceable.
The United States Constitution and its amendments preserve the individual's rights when confronted with a governmental issue. U.S. citizens are thus afforded the right to vote, live free from discrimination, and exchange ideas. There are, however, certain limitations on these rights under the Constitution.
Typical issues with the government range from taxes to public education. Congress and state legislatures have given power to many governmental agencies to oversee issues of environmental law, social security, taxes, zoning and taxes. It is important for you to be aware of which governmental agency regulates the issue at hand.
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Last Modified: 07-30-2013 02:41 PM PDT
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