Buenger, Interstate Compacts
(2004) at 2, Council of State Governments, National Center for Interstate Compacts
<http://www.csg.org/knowledgecenter/docs/ncic/ Buenger-InterstateCompacts-2004.pdf> [hereinafter Interstate Compacts].
15-1442, also known as the California Multistate Tax Compact
Earl Ray Tomblin signed HB 2496, enacting the Interstate Medical Licensure Compact
. The law became effective June 10.
There was no question that in order for the state to participate in the Compact
, requisite enabling legislation would have to be passed by the state legislature.
were designed, as Justice Stephen Breyer noted during oral arguments in the case, "to solve a political problem," that being that, while it is "necessary for the country to store low-level radioactive waste ...
were made during World War II but a final flowering of the compact
took place in the late '40s and early '50s, which is when the compact
shown here dates from.
The MCC budget request for FY 2009 is based on an estimate of the funds needed to conclude MCC Compacts
with currently eligible countries that will be ready to enter into Compacts
need to have a shared sense of strategic imperatives that balance individual autonomy with the medical group's best interest.
formed for the purpose of providing regional and national legal channels for intergovernmental action require a more formal governing structure.
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their foam waste for recycling or disposal.
Roosevelt in 1939 vetoed a bill granting consent-in-advance to states to enter into compacts
relating to Atlantic Ocean fishing on the ground that their provisions were too general.
Throughout the history of the United States, interstate compacts
have been used to define and redefine the relationships of states and the federal government on a broad range of issues, including occupational licensure.