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1977-March-24

Effect of Presidential Pardon on Aliens Who Left the Country to Avoid Military Service


(Posted 2014-February-27)

Effect of Presidential Pardon on Aliens Who Left the Country to Avoid Military Service

1978-November-06

Effect of the Order in Which the President Signs Two Bills


(Posted 2014-March-12)

Enrolled Bills—Effect of Order of Approval by the President—Revenue and Energy Tax Acts of 1978 (26 U.S.C. § 46)

1978-July-21

Effect of Tie Vote by Department Review Committee on Declassification of Document


(Posted 2014-March-12)

Classification of Documents (28 CFR Part 17)—Effect of a Tie Vote by the Department Review Committee

 

1977-April-11

Exclusion of Certain Rhodesian Aliens Under Section 212(a)(27) of the Immigration and Nationality Act


(Posted 2014-February-27)

Section 212(a)(27) of the Immigration and Nationality Act—Exclusion of Certain Aliens—Rhodesia

1978-January-27

Exemption From Competitive Service of Supergrade Positions in the Drug Enforcement Administration Created by Reorganization Plan No. 1 of 1968


(Posted 2014-March-12)

Drug Enforcement Administration—Supergrade Positions Created by Reorganization Plan—Exemption From Competitive Service

1978-January-27

Exemption From Competitive Service of Supergrade Positions in the Drug Enforcement Administration


(Posted 2014-March-12)

Drug Enforcement Administration—Supergrade Positions—Exemption From Competitive Service

1977-December-14

FBI Investigative Jurisdiction Over Threats or Acts Against Federal Officers Not Covered by 18 U.S.C. §§ 111 and 114


(Posted 2014-February-27)

Conspiracy to Impede or Injure an Officer of the United States, 18 U.S.C. § 372

1992-March-04

Fourth Amendment Implications of Military Use of Forward Looking Infrared Radars Technology for Civilian Law Enforcement


(Posted 2014-February-27)

Forward Looking Infrared Radars (FLIR) reconnaissance of structures on private lands does not constitute a search within the meaning of the Fourth Amendment.

Department of Defense personnel engaged in such surveillance would not be subject to liability for damages in a constitutional tort action.

1978-June-16

Furnishing Information to Congress Under Section 222(f) of the Interstate Commerce Act


(Posted 2014-March-12)

Interstate Commerce Commission—Furnishing Information to Congress (49 U.S.C. § 322(d))

1978-May-09

Government Authority to Acquire Leasehold Interests in Real Property Under the Declaration of Taking Act


(Posted 2014-March-12)

Eminent Domain—Leaseholds—Rentals—Economy Act Limitation (40 U.S.C. § 278(a))


Updated: April 2014