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 If a state law and a federal law conflict - which law must be obeyed and why?

Answer Simple answer the federal law always rules. This is because of the "Supremacy Clause" in the constitution (article VI, paragraph 2 U.S. Constitution). Many times, a specific situation will cause ... Read More »
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What Law Applies When There Is a Conflict in State Vs. Federal?

By definition, the U.S. Constitution is considered to be the "Supreme Law of the Land." In general, this means that whenever there is a conflict between state and federal laws, the federal law will... Read More »
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Which vessel must carry distress signals on federal waters?

On Federal waters which vessels must carry visual distress signals?

Generally no, it is covered under fraternization in the military.
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Federal Law mandates that the steering or helm area of a vessel less than 20 feet in length must have which of the following?


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