Do non profit corporations have to have a president?

Answer Usually, U.S. states require non-profit corporations, such as 501(c)(3) corporations, to appoint directors, who then choose officers. Most states have laws requiring non-profits to elect a presiden... Read More »

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Can a U.S. President have dual citizenship?

The Constitution of the United States does not specifically prohibit dual citizenship with regard to Presidential eligibility. That being said, the Constitution does state in Article II that only n... Read More »

Who was the first President to have the Secret Service?

Does the President have the right to declare war?

Congress passed the War Powers Act in 1973 when President Lyndon Johnson went into the Vietnam War without Congressional approval. This act gives the President 90 days to get Congressional approval... Read More »

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