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 What term means that federal law takes priority over state law?

Answer Preemption is a doctrine that arises from the Supremacy Clause of the U.S. Constitution that declares that if the federal government enacts legislation on a subject dealt with by state regulations,... Read More »
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Which is not a priority for the federal bureau of investigation?

In a way they are. It really depends on the assignment the agency has given them.
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Can short-term&long-term disability insurance be deducted from federal taxes?

Taxpayers are not allowed to deduct premiums that they paid for personal disability insurance. While it is legal to deduct other forms of insurance, such as business liability insurance, personal d... Read More »
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What term means to recruit?

Enlist means to recruit into an armed forces branch.
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