3 edition of State Constitutional Limitations on Solutions of Metropolitan Area Problems (Legal Problems in Metropolitan Area Series) found in the catalog.
State Constitutional Limitations on Solutions of Metropolitan Area Problems (Legal Problems in Metropolitan Area Series)
John M. Winters
July 1986 by William S. Hein & Company .
Written in English
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Legislative Research Center,]. John M. Winters has written: 'State constitutional limitations on solutions of metropolitan area problems' -- subject(s): Local laws, Metropolitan areas, States 'State Constitutional Limitations. The southern state of Parana reported a shortage of 12, spaces for inmates in correctional facilities and provisional centers within the metropolitan area of Curitiba as a result of a percent increase in the number of arrests in the first four months of the year.
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Where a type of metropolitan program exists, the solution is greatly simplified. Either way the responsibility is vested in a governmental unit that serves the entire area, has the greatest financial resources, and can exercise the authority that is needed for area-wide problems.
Andrew’s chapter, for example, provides evidence showing that it is not a potential partner’s particular characteristics but the characteristics of the broader network of contractual partners that shape an institutional actor’s contractual choice in a metropolitan area.
Mullin’s chapter shows how state laws regarding procedures for. As just one comparator, in a report issued last year, Statistics Canada calculated the low income cut-off, before tax, for a single person living in a metropolitan area (more thanpeople) for at $24, or more than twice the figure that Legal Aid Ontario uses.
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I will talk about how these problems came to be and discuss what my research.See generally Note, Constitutional Limitations on the Conditions of Pretrial Detention, 79 Yale L.J.
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