Who makes the federal law?

Answer In the United States, the Senate, the House of Representatives and the President are all involved in creating new federal laws. Ideas for new laws can come from anywhere and are introduced by Senat... Read More »

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Who makes federal tires?

Federal Tires has manufacturing plants in the United States, China and Taiwan. They make and sell their own tires. To tell which tire is made where, you can find the information on the brand stamp ... Read More »

Who makes federal law in the United States?

Federal laws in the United States are made by the two houses of Congress, the Senate and the House of Representatives. Bills voted on and approved by both houses and signed by the president become... Read More »

What percentage of federal revenues is derived from federal estate tax?

According to the Tax Foundation, the estate tax does not comprise much of the federal revenue. The amount will vary on a yearly basis, but the percentage is usually between 1 and 2 percent of the f... Read More »

This deparment operates the federal bureau of investigation which investigates federal violation?