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Symposium On Transformative Gender Law: A Roger Williams Law Review Event 11-3-2023, Roger Williams University School Of Law Nov 2023

Symposium On Transformative Gender Law: A Roger Williams Law Review Event 11-3-2023, Roger Williams University School Of Law

School of Law Conferences, Lectures & Events

No abstract provided.


Policy Over Publicity: Evaluating Andrew Cuomo's 'Outrageoulsy Ambitious And Irrefutably Smart' Education Spending Dilemma, Colin Mckillop May 2023

Policy Over Publicity: Evaluating Andrew Cuomo's 'Outrageoulsy Ambitious And Irrefutably Smart' Education Spending Dilemma, Colin Mckillop

Journal of Civil Rights and Economic Development

(Excerpt)

For low- and middle-income high school students in New York, the prospect of attending college, especially on a full-time basis, has become increasingly bleak in recent years; tuition and other attendance costs continue to grow without a rise in education quality, “sixty-one percent of students graduate with college debt,” and debt held at graduation is increasing at “almost double the rate of inflation.” Thus, such students and their families were likely ecstatic on January 3, 2017, when Andrew Cuomo, the former Governor of New York, held an aggrandizing press conference to highlight the “1st signature proposal of his 2017 …


S23rs Sgfb No. 5 (Iftar Event), Saad Tanveer, Rami Abdalla, Harris Quadir Apr 2023

S23rs Sgfb No. 5 (Iftar Event), Saad Tanveer, Rami Abdalla, Harris Quadir

Student Senate Enrolled Legislation

To appropriate $1000 from the initiatives account to help fund an Iftar hosted by the LSU Muslim Student Association


S23rs Sgfb No. 6, Hamood Qureshi Apr 2023

S23rs Sgfb No. 6, Hamood Qureshi

Student Senate Enrolled Legislation

To appropriate $1000 from the Student Initiatives Account to Purchase 996 Donuts for Night of A 1000 Donuts


S23rs Sgfb No. 7 (Stationary Bikes), Kelsey Womack, Brett Robertson Apr 2023

S23rs Sgfb No. 7 (Stationary Bikes), Kelsey Womack, Brett Robertson

Student Senate Enrolled Legislation

To appropriate a maximum of two thousand ($2,000) dollars from the Initiatives account to fund stationary bikes in the LSU Library


S23rs Sgfb No. 8 (Feminine Hygiene Disposal Bins), Emma Long, Lily Small Apr 2023

S23rs Sgfb No. 8 (Feminine Hygiene Disposal Bins), Emma Long, Lily Small

Student Senate Enrolled Legislation

To appropriate a maximum $800 to fund up to 60 feminine hygiene disposal bins across campus


S23rs Sgfb No. 9 (Promise Scholars), Elizabeth Laurent Apr 2023

S23rs Sgfb No. 9 (Promise Scholars), Elizabeth Laurent

Student Senate Enrolled Legislation

To appropriate a maximum of $7,500 from the Student Government Surplus Account for the funding of General Program Supplies and Participant Supplies for the LSU Promise Scholars Program


S23rs Sgfb No. 12 (Sg Banquet), Harris Quadir Apr 2023

S23rs Sgfb No. 12 (Sg Banquet), Harris Quadir

Student Senate Enrolled Legislation

To appropriate a maximum of $2,500.00 from the Legislative Contingency Account for the LSU Student Government Banquet


S23rs Sgfb No. 14 (Gear 2 Geaux), Harris Quadir Apr 2023

S23rs Sgfb No. 14 (Gear 2 Geaux), Harris Quadir

Student Senate Enrolled Legislation

To appropriate a maximum of $5,000.oo from the Initiatives Account for the purchase of Gear 2 Geaux Expansion Materials including Laptops, Laptop Chargers, etc.


S23rs Sgfb No. 15, Harris Quadir Apr 2023

S23rs Sgfb No. 15, Harris Quadir

Student Senate Enrolled Legislation

To appropriate a maximum of $2,570.00 from the Legislative Contingency Account to help the Executive Branch fund a final outreach event


S23rs Sgfb No. 11 (Nightcaps), Terry Geraldsen, Harris Quadir Apr 2023

S23rs Sgfb No. 11 (Nightcaps), Terry Geraldsen, Harris Quadir

Student Senate Enrolled Legislation

To appropriate a maximum of $5,500.00 from the Student Government Initiatives account to fund 1000 Nightcaps® with the Student Government Logo


S23rs Sgfb No. 4 (Clickers), Harris Quadir Apr 2023

S23rs Sgfb No. 4 (Clickers), Harris Quadir

Student Senate Enrolled Legislation

To appropriate a maximum of $5,250.00 from the Student Government Surplus account for the purchase of 100 clickers for Student Government voting


S23rs Sgfb No. 17 (Icc Shelving), Lailah Williams, Emma Long, Hamood Qureshi, Brett Robertson, Mallory Urban Apr 2023

S23rs Sgfb No. 17 (Icc Shelving), Lailah Williams, Emma Long, Hamood Qureshi, Brett Robertson, Mallory Urban

Student Senate Enrolled Legislation

To appropriate a MAXIMUM OF $2,493.67 FROM THE INITIATIVES ACCOUNT FOR THE PURCHASE OF SHELVES FOR THE ICC


S23rs Sgfb No. 3 (Geaux With The Flow), Emma Long, Lily Small, Emma Turner Apr 2023

S23rs Sgfb No. 3 (Geaux With The Flow), Emma Long, Lily Small, Emma Turner

Student Senate Enrolled Legislation

To appropriate a maximum of three thousand two hundred and forty dollars ($4320) from the Student Government Initiatives account to purchase 14000 period products (8000 pads and 6000 tampons) to supply 10 Aunt Flo Machines on campus.


S23rs Sgfb No. 2 (Res Life), Rami Abdalla, Saad Tanveer Apr 2023

S23rs Sgfb No. 2 (Res Life), Rami Abdalla, Saad Tanveer

Student Senate Enrolled Legislation

To appropriate $1080.72 from the inititives fund for the college of science residential life Pre-Health students to attend the Our Lady of the Lake Open House


S23rs Sgb No. 4 (Budget), Colin Raby Apr 2023

S23rs Sgb No. 4 (Budget), Colin Raby

Student Senate Enrolled Legislation

To amend the LSU Student Government 2023 Academic Fiscal Year Operational Budget with 14-day Spring Enrollment numbers


F22rs Sgb No. 15, Colin Raby Oct 2022

F22rs Sgb No. 15, Colin Raby

Student Senate Enrolled Legislation

A bill to appropriate $1000 from the Student Government Initiatives Account to fund the "Final Stretch" event jointly with the SG Executive Branch


F22rs Sgb No. 11 (Ccell), Angel Puder Oct 2022

F22rs Sgb No. 11 (Ccell), Angel Puder

Student Senate Enrolled Legislation

TO APPROPRIATE A MAXIMUM OF TEN THOUSAND AND EIGHT HUNDRED EIGHTY DOLLARS ($10,880) FROM THE STUDENT GOVERNMENT INITIATIVES ACCOUNT TO THE LSU CENTER FOR COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT, LEARNING, AND LEADERSHIP (CCELL) TO FUND THE CREATION OF EIGHT (8) NEW SERVICE-LEARNING COURSE


F22rs Sgb No. 6 (Biodegradable Confetti), Landon Zeringue, Hamood Qureshi Oct 2022

F22rs Sgb No. 6 (Biodegradable Confetti), Landon Zeringue, Hamood Qureshi

Student Senate Enrolled Legislation

To appropriate $2000 for the purchase of 8 boxes (1 cubic foot each) of biodegradable confetti and 8 orders of glassine bags (300 each) to be handed out to graduates from the Student Government office for the Fall 2022 commencement


F22rs Sgb No. 18 (Bike Repair Stations), Colin Raby, Nicole Monceaux Oct 2022

F22rs Sgb No. 18 (Bike Repair Stations), Colin Raby, Nicole Monceaux

Student Senate Enrolled Legislation

A bill to appropriate $15,500 from the Student Government Initiatives Account to fund the purchase of six (6) Bicycle Repair “Fixit” stations


F22rs Sgb No. 19 (Creative Crosswalk), Trevor Cupit Oct 2022

F22rs Sgb No. 19 (Creative Crosswalk), Trevor Cupit

Student Senate Enrolled Legislation

To appropriate a maximum of five thousand (5000) dollars from the Initiatives account towards the funding and installation of the creative crosswalk


F22rs Sgb No. 20 (Silver Wings Transportation), Colin Raby Oct 2022

F22rs Sgb No. 20 (Silver Wings Transportation), Colin Raby

Student Senate Enrolled Legislation

A bill to appropriate $1931.00 from the Student Government Initiatives Account to fund the travel for Silver Wings’ first large service project to support and aid Hurricane Ian relief


F22rs Sgb No. 17 (Megsa Website), Colin Raby, Adam Dohrenwend, Terry Geraldsen Oct 2022

F22rs Sgb No. 17 (Megsa Website), Colin Raby, Adam Dohrenwend, Terry Geraldsen

Student Senate Enrolled Legislation

To allocate $1,500 from the Student Government Contingency Account to fund the renovation and optimization of the Mechanical Engineering Graduate repository


F22rs Sgb No. 21 (Personal Safety Alarms), Emma Champagne Oct 2022

F22rs Sgb No. 21 (Personal Safety Alarms), Emma Champagne

Student Senate Enrolled Legislation

To appropriate a maximum of $2,200.00 from the Student Government initiatives account to fund 500 personal safety alarms


F22rs Sgb No. 22 (Various Fruit Trees), Landon Zeringue Oct 2022

F22rs Sgb No. 22 (Various Fruit Trees), Landon Zeringue

Student Senate Enrolled Legislation

A Bill to Allocate Thirteen Thousand Dollars and Zero Cents ($13,000.00) from the Student Government Initiatives Account for the Purchase of Fifty (50) Various Fruit Trees to be Planted and Maintained Around Campus to Create a Sustainable Edible Landscape


New York State And New York City Must Take Drastic Measures To Increase All New Yorkers’ Access To Quality Greenspaces, Ben Handy Apr 2022

New York State And New York City Must Take Drastic Measures To Increase All New Yorkers’ Access To Quality Greenspaces, Ben Handy

Journal of Civil Rights and Economic Development

(Excerpt)

Consistently, elected and appointed city government officials around the United States, despite recognizing how important parks are to cities, have expressed that they would cut park funding before other essential services when a city’s budget is limited. For example, New York City’s Department of Parks and Recreation (“Parks Department” or “Department”) has seen extreme budget limits. The Parks Department’s limited budget means that most communities do not receive the financial support needed to maintain their local parks. Historically, this has impacted lower-income areas more severely because these areas generally receive less public and private funding for parks, leading to …


Hb 286: Restricting Local And Municipal Governments' Ability To Reduce Police Department Funding, Gia Franchi Souza, Casey Frew Mar 2022

Hb 286: Restricting Local And Municipal Governments' Ability To Reduce Police Department Funding, Gia Franchi Souza, Casey Frew

Georgia State University Law Review

The Act primarily functions to restrict the ability of county and municipal or consolidated government authorities to reduce funding for county and municipal police departments. In addition, the Act provides exceptions for police departments with less than twenty-five officers.


Law School News: Rwu Law Receives Major Gift & Matching Challenge To Launch Scholarship Supporting Diverse Students, Public Interest Careers 02/22/2022, Michael M. Bowden Feb 2022

Law School News: Rwu Law Receives Major Gift & Matching Challenge To Launch Scholarship Supporting Diverse Students, Public Interest Careers 02/22/2022, Michael M. Bowden

Life of the Law School (1993- )

No abstract provided.


Oversight Riders, Kevin M. Stack, Michael P. Vandenbergh Dec 2021

Oversight Riders, Kevin M. Stack, Michael P. Vandenbergh

Notre Dame Law Review

Congress has a constitutionally critical duty to gather information about how the executive branch implements the powers Congress has granted it and the funds Congress has appropriated. Yet in recent years the executive branch has systematically thwarted Congress’s powers and duties of oversight. Congressional subpoenas for testimony and documents have met with blanket refusals to comply, frequently backed by advice from the Department of Justice that executive privilege justifies withholding the information. Even when Congress holds an official in contempt for failure to comply with a congressional subpoena, the Department of Justice often does not initiate criminal sanctions. As a …


Problematika Kenaikan Bantuan Keuangan Partai Politik Yang Bersumber Dari Anggaran Pendapatan Dan Belanja Negara (Apbn), Suci Monawati Sukma Nov 2021

Problematika Kenaikan Bantuan Keuangan Partai Politik Yang Bersumber Dari Anggaran Pendapatan Dan Belanja Negara (Apbn), Suci Monawati Sukma

"Dharmasisya” Jurnal Program Magister Hukum FHUI

The formation of political parties comes from citizens who voluntarily have the same will and ideals to fight for the interests of the state, society, nation and state, this is the beginning why political parties deserve to be funded by the APBN, because basically political parties consist of citizen too. Then formed and enacted Law Number 2 of 2011 on Basic Regulation of Political Parties and Government Regulation Number 1 of 2018 on Basic Regulation of Political Party Assistance, the financial assistance of political parties sourced from the APBN was raised to Rp. 1.000,00/votes. The increase in political party funds …