It would also be up to the congress and Merits to take action about keeping him

It would also be up to the congress and merits to

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leading to constitutional violation. It would also be up to the congress and Merits to take action about keeping him in the office or impeaching him. To also win his lawsuit he would have to prove his standing. He also has an issue regarding not paying taxes in the previous 18 years. As the head of those agencies or congress I would have him force to return gifts, stop using his business to make profit because he has not also paid 18 years of taxes while minorities and even undocumented people pay taxes why wouldn’t he? If he doesn’t like or agree, the other option would be to push congress to impeach him or face jail time because that is Constitutionally breaking the laws. Another issue I was able to find was the students suing Rhode Island for a constitutional right to education. There has been a new federal complain arguing about the state of Rhode Island failing to provide students with appropriate skills that students need to be able to participate effectively into democracy. “A class-action lawsuit, which is being filed in federal court in Rhode Island Wednesday evening and was provided in advance to The Atlantic, argues that baked into the Constitution is an implicit guarantee of high-quality education—in fact, that the constitutional system could not function were this not the case” (Wrong, 2018). The students and parents have accused the state because it has failed to fulfill its duties under the constitutional ethics. “denying citizens of Rhode Island a quality education, the state is, in essence, preventing people from exercising their constitutional rights, such as forming a legal
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assembly (as is guaranteed by the First Amendment) or voting (as is guaranteed by the Fifteenth). That this denial falls unevenly across the population is a violation of the Fourteenth Amendment, which promises people equal protection under the law” (Wrong, 2018). Their policies where unclear and undefined and they did not have civics courses and American-history curriculum. “The position of social studies specialist in the state’s education department has remained vacant for the past six years, and the vast majority of Rhode Island’s teachers lack training in civics, according to the complaint. And, as is the case in many states, in
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