State Statutes Vs. Federal Law?

Answer State statutes are created by state representative bodies. Federal statutes are created by the U.S. Congress. Federal law also comes from federal courts. In a conflict between the two types of law,... Read More »

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How to Cite State Codes or Statutes in APA Style?

Cite state codes and legal statutes in APA style for college research or professionally written papers and reports. APA style is a method of citing references developed 80 years ago by the American... Read More »

State of Missouri Bail Bonding & Surety Laws & Statutes?

In Missouri criminal defendants are generally released prior to trial. In some cases the court may require that a bail bond surety put up money to ensure that the defendant appears in court. Surety... Read More »

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 »

Is the inheritance tax a state tax or federal tax?

Inheritance tax is strictly a state tax. Eleven states collect inheritance tax: Indiana, Oregon, New Jersey, Tennessee, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Nebraska, Maryland, Pennsylvania and Connecticut. In ... Read More »