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S. Barnes

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When you deal with money, you may hear a large number of words associated with money. These could be monetary, fiscal, and financial, to name a few. However, if you are into investing and investments, then you may have heard both monetary policies as well as fiscal policies. These are different terms that have different meanings.

Fiscal policies deal with taxing and the spending that the government does. The government deals with fiscal policies. Monetary policies, on the other hand, has to do with interest rates and the money that is in circulation. A significant central bank handles monetary policies. Both of these things affect the government and the economy, which in turn affects people and the citizens in the country.

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B is the answer to this question. It can be confusing to understand details about insurance especially if you are not sure what to expect from the various insurance companies. In order to understand the answer to this question, you need to know what a liberalization clause is.

This is a provision which allows the clients of the company to widen the risks that are being covered by insurance without the need to pay extra money anymore. Do remember that this will affect those who have policies that come with a liberalization clause. Those who do not may be required to pay extra if they want to improve the current policy that they have.

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T. Lopez

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Policy and Politics are two different words which also have different interpretations. Ordinarily, when you look into the two words, you might not see any relationship between them. But when you consider them in another direction, they might be related narrowly. Politics, by definition is a methodology and activities associated with running a government, an organization, or a movement. Politics is something practiced in a democratic system of government; it has to do with the management and the running of the public affairs of a particular territory. It comes with authority and power.

Policy, on the other hand, can be defined as a kind of formal principle, document, outline that clearly states the various operations of an establishment. Policies are important things that guide the direction of those in power. It shows different steps a government is taking towards achieving a purpose. However, policies are used in different places aside politics, they are very important in the business world or in any establishment

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Depending on the selection made at Sync to Watson Campaign Automation in Salesforce.com, you can choose to activate or deactivate the Contact validation rules If you have selected Sync to Watson Campaign Automation in Salesforce.com, then activate these rules, if not then be sure to deactivate the lead validation rules.

If you select or choose Sync only those leads/Contacts where Sync to Watson Campaign Automation option is checked in Salesforce for Sync Eligibility under Settings, then Watson Campaign Automation syncs all the unconverted Leads and Contacts from Salesforce.com that have the Sync to Watson Campaign Automation check box checked.

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DACA stands for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals. It an immigration policy created by the Obama administration in June 2012 after DREAMer students has been acknowledged as people who were largely (not all) raised in the United States. This policy allows some people who entered the country as minors and either entered or remained in the United States illegally to receive a two-year renewable period of deferred action from being deported and also to be eligible to be granted a work permit.

There were approximately 800,000 individuals who signed up for the program created by DACA. As of 2017, however, the DACA was rescinded by the Trump administration through the Memorandum on Rescission of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) dated September 05, 2017.

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There are differing opinions about the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals or DACA – some claim it’s unconstitutional, while others beg to differ and argue that the program is not only constitutional, but is also based on commonplace practices. It is worthy to note that the Federal Court ruled in 2013 that DACA is likely unconstitutional. Dan Stein, President of the Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR) stated before that, “Irrespective of how many members of Congress might feel about the president’s objective of allowing illegal aliens remain in the U.S., they, like the presidents, are sworn to uphold the Constitution.

In the Court’s judgment, DACA clearly preempts the Legislative Branch’s exclusive authority to determine our immigration laws and it must be terminated.” However, it should also be noted that the Supreme Court has yet to rule on its constitutionality, so there is no exact answer why DACA is deemed to be unconstitutional and calling it such is still presumptive.

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DACA stands for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals while DAPA stands for Deferred Action for Parents of American and Lawful Permanent Residents. In DACA, its purpose is to allow some individuals who entered the country as minors and either entered or remained in the United States illegally to obtain a renewable deferred action of 2 years from being deported and to obtain an eligible and valid work visa.

It was a policy established by then President Barack Obama on June 15, 2012 and was established through the Secretary of Homeland Security memorandum entitled “Exercising Prosecutorial Discretion with Respect to Individuals Who Came to the United States as Children.” DAPA grants 3-year renewable deferred action status to these certain illegal immigrants who entered and have lived in the United States since 2010 and have children who are either lawful permanent residents or American citizens.

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Kendrell

There are different opinions regarding the legality of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) which was established by the Obama administration in 2012. Some people claim it is constitutional or legal while others – just like the ten attorneys general who allegedly pressured President Trump to rescind the program – believe otherwise.

Although President Trump announced that he was rescinding the program through the Memorandum on Rescission of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals on September 05, 2017, it is worthy to note that the Supreme Court has not yet ruled on the constitutionality of the program thus, calling it legal or illegal is still presumptive. Hence, there is not exact answer to this question, yet. It may or may not be considered as legal or constitutional, but only time can tell.

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