Prompt: Write a summary of the Commerce Clause and its effect on business activity, discussing the evolution of the Commerce Clause after reading the
assigned cases: Gibbons v. Ogden, 22 U.S. 1 (1824); Wickard v. Filburn, 317 U.S. 111 (1942); Heart of Atlanta Motel Inc. v. United States, 379 U.S. 241 (1964);and United States v. Alfonso D. Lopez, Jr., 514 U.S. 549 (1995).
o Requirements: 750 words minimum, APA format
Prompt: After reading the assigned scripturea (Read Proverbs 21:15, Isaiah 45:5, and Genesis 1:1-22) discuss the biblical principles you
see exemplified in the U.S. Constitution and how these principles can be applied
to business. Be specific, using examples to illustrate your points.
o Requirements: 250 words minimum
To complete this assignment, you will write a short paper to share your research findings on the chosen health law or policy. Essentially, you will select one healthcare policy or law in the United States and conduct research to understand its history and importance in the decision-making process. Using Bardach’s eightfold path model, you will analyze the policy and explain the role of stakeholders in policy or law reformation. Last, you will describe the key stakeholders you identified as drivers for your chosen policy or law.
You must cite at least three sources to support your claims. For additional help with completing this assignment, refer to the Shapiro Library Guide: Nursing – Graduate item in the Start Here module. You may also use the Online Writing Center, located in the Academic Support module.
Specifically, you must address the following rubric criteria:
Selection of the Policy or Law: Describe the policy or law you have selected, explaining why you have chosen this policy or law.
History of Policy or Law: Describe the history of the policy or law you have chosen, explaining why it is essential. Consider the following questions in your response:
Why is understanding the history of the policy or law essential in decision making about the policy or law?
What are the three significant milestones and driving factors in the history of the chosen policy or law?
Influence of Stakeholders and Interest Groups: Using Bardach’s eightfold path model, describe how stakeholders and interest groups can be involved when approaching change in the chosen policy or law. Consider the following questions in your response:
Who are the key stakeholders and interest groups for the selected policy or law?
What could be the impact of noninvolvement of stakeholders and interest groups in policy or law reformation?
How do the needs and interests of stakeholders and interest groups impact the change in the chosen policy or law?
Key Drivers of Policy or Law: Explain how stakeholders were key drivers for the chosen policy or law. Consider the following questions in your response:
Which key stakeholders are key drivers as well for the policy or law?
Which stakeholders and/or interest groups are most impacted by the chosen policy or law?
Proposed Changes or Amendments: Explain what you would like to see changed in the chosen policy or law and why. Consider the following questions in your response:
How will you approach the change implementation process?
In five years, how will historical reviewers view your proposed changes?
How will these changes benefit underserved/vulnerable populations?
find, read and review two (2) “External Authoritative Sources” (defined below), discussing assault and battery in a medical setting.
Provide a separate paragraph narrative for each of the two (2) required “External Authoritative Sources
Each source shall be substantively cited in a narrative paragraph using proper APA style
Using the media to reduce crime and victimization has proven difficult due to unanticipated and counterproductive effects. Why do you think it is so difficult to raise concern about crime and its consequences of a targeted audience without triggering negative effects from raising levels of fear?
Make sure you include citations and references. Make sure you cite your research in proper APA format. Include your word count, too.
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All questions are worth 20 points:
Do you believe that the media helps to contribute to crime? Rationalize your answer and provide examples to justify your stance.
How can the media be used to help solve crimes? Does this help compensate for the harm they contribute to the Criminal Justice system? Why or why not?
Discuss a recent anticrime Public Service Announcement in terms of its target audience, the problem it addresses, its use of fear, the behaviors it strives to encourage or discourage, and how effective it is perceived to be.
Discuss where and when surveillance cameras are acceptable and if it should matter if they are hidden or openly displayed. Discuss the phemonmenon of a surveillance effect and whether people should be informed that they are within the view of a surveillance system.
Discuss why bad news about corrections is more newsworthy than good news and what, if anything, correctional personnel can do to change the public image of corrections. Discuss who is most responsible for the content and nature of news about corrections: correctional personnel, administration, journalists, news agency administrators, or the public?
Need a formal Outline Proposal created for a group of 4 people working together
-Identify the legal issue we are working on
-What current event in detail we are dealing with
-Who is doing what part of the research on the topic – Need to ensure we have 4 sub issues to the main issue to ensure each person in the group has an opportunity to do research
see article chosen for research paper: https://ballotpedia.org/McLane_Company_v._EEOC#:~:text=Equal%20Employment%20Opportunity%20Commission%20was,Appeals%20for%20the%209th%20Circuit.
one word 400 post then 2 replies of at least 200 words each thread, students must support their assertions with at least 1 scholarly
citation from 1 scholarly source in addition to the textbook/course material in Bluebook format.
Each reply must incorporate at least 1 scholarly source cited in Bluebook format. When
appropriate, acceptable sources include the textbook and the Bible. However, each discussion
thread must include a citation to a source in addition to/other than the textbook and the Bible.
M5 Written AssignmentThis assignment should be between 2 and 4 pages, and should be the product of careful thought and more than one draft. Please remember that when providing an answer to the specific questions posed, it is not enough to give the correct answer unless you back up that answer with a legal argument that includes the following:
A brief restatement of the legal question posed—usually a sentence or two that focus on the specific legal issue in this case, without reference to extraneous facts or information.
A statement of the applicable law or rule that should be applied to the facts in this case. This will be taken from the text, and will not consist of a personal opinion or ethical reaction, but rather be a statement (usually only one or two sentences) that summarizes the rule of law that you will apply to come to a correct answer. You should not restate the law in its entirety, but instead summarize the appropriate law into a short explanation of the ruling principle in this case.
Finally, a clear statement that explains how you applied the applicable law to these facts to reach a specific conclusion. This will usually be a few sentences culminating in an answer to the specific question posed in the text. This portion of your answer should demonstrate original thinking and reasoning, and result in a definite conclusion.
All three elements are really needed for a complete answer. Remember that a “gut” feeling or an answer that tells me what you think is “right” is not enough in a course that emphasizes the accuracy of application and the importance of making a persuasive argument that explains that application.
Explain and discuss any one or some of the following: how you would handle documentation of another officer that was being overly aggressive resulting in an internal affairs investigation. How different would the documentation (and your liability) be if you stepped in and stopped it versus looking the other way? How do you think a rookie would react differently versus a seasoned officer with the same situation. How can we prepare the new officer to deal with the situation and document properly?