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leon clugston

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they sytem that is bound
« on: Mar 04, 2006, 08:36:30 PM »
I have just found after extnsive research the savor to many of us, custodials and non custodials. It consits of federal ruleings and regulations binding the states under the cooperative agreements and the stata plan to abide to the T, the federal law and regulations.What it means is half of the state administrative and interpretive, including statutes are in fact void, for being in conflict of the federal requirements. Congress when it gives these grants to the states is acting under the spending power, supremacy clause, and in doing so, the states in wanting to recive these grants have to without exception abide by the federal regulations.It is good news, for all, not all of what the feds do is for better, but it is better than the enterpretive rules that the states use and opens the door for many litigation against these indiviuals acting outside of the color of law.


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