Does federal law supersede state law?

Answer Federal law supersedes state law according to the Supremacy Clause, Article VI, Clause 2 of the United States Constitution. Every state has to abide by federal laws, the authority of the federal go... Read More »

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Who oversees safety of state workers in a federal OSHA state?

The Occupational Safety and Health State Plan Association (OSHSPA) ensures that its current 27 member states set and adhere to occupational safety and health plan standards that are "at least as ef... Read More »

Does an adoption supersede a guardianship?

Yes. If someone is lawfully adopted, they become the adoptees responsibility and previously appointed legal guardians are no longer necessary.

When does civilian law supersede military law?

Civilian law is typically always in place. Military law is only invoked in extreme emergencies. However, military personnel are always subject to military law. The Adjutant General will negotiate w... Read More »

State & Federal Grants?

Typically grants issued on a state or federal level are allocated to a state, tribe, city, county or parish. Each grant has a strict usage guideline; however, grants such as the rural youth develop... Read More »