I would welcome the opportunity to answer questions relating to U.S. Politics.
Criminologist. Professor of Criminal Justice. Licensed Private Detective with expansive clientele base encompassing hundreds of cases. Donates resources and time to the Children's Rescue Network in Orlando, FL.
Associate of Science; Bachelor of Arts; Master of Science, Doctor of Jurisprudence Degree. Graduate of the Law & Government Institute at W.U. School of Law. Concentration of studies in Administrative Law (also known as the "headless fourth branch of government"), and Constitutional Law.
Siddharth, Issue Networks are an alliance of various interest groups and individuals who unite in order to promote a common cause or agenda in a way that influences government policy. In the U.S, the
Issue Network Example: Food Security. Food security exists when all people, at all times, have access to sufficient, safe, nutritious food to maintain a healthy and active life. Unfortunately, food
Siddharth, Issue networks are an alliance of various interest groups and individuals who unite in order to promote a common cause or agenda in a way that influences government policy. Issue networks
Siddharth, Answer to question #1: Substantive due process, in United States Constitutional Law, is a principle allowing courts to protect certain rights deemed fundamental from government interference
Siddharth, Yes. You are right on point here. A pocket veto occurs when a bill fails to become law because the president does not sign the bill and cannot return the bill to Congress within a 10-day