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Improving the Legislative Process
There is a old saying that is falsely attributed to Winston Churchill, It says “ If you are not a liberal when you are twenty-five, you have no heart. If you are not a conservative by the time you are thirty-five, you have not brain.” I would revise it to say “if you believe in New York State Government after you read ‘Th...
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Body Dysmorphic Disorder Is a Severe Psychiatric Condition
Abstract Body Dysmorphic Disorder also abbreviated as BDD, is a severe psychiatric disorder that goes unrecognized and underreported. Body dysmorphic disorder is a type of disorder in which someone always sees a flaw in their appearance even if it is minor or completely imagined. Body Dysmorphic Disorder is also known as...
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Encouraging Local Farm Food Growth in San Luis County
Introduction Food insecurity is becoming a problem for many regions of the country. This is because globalization is resulting in them not having access to locally grown sources. Instead, there is a focus on importing products from other areas. The result is the costs of purchasing the most basic commodities are increasing...
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Addressing the Problem of Air Polution
As most of us know, air pollution is a significant problem we face today, but what we are not realizing is how negatively it's impacting the environment and people. In today’s society, we are too focused on building towers, buildings, factories, companies, industries, and increasing shiny lights in the city, that the though...
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The Problem of Space Debris
Introduction The international space community and even the general public is becoming increasingly aware of the problems posed by space debris. In fact the ever increasing space debris is considered by many to be the single most serious risk to the safety and sustainability of global space operations as well as to human l...
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Effects of Illegal Immigration on US Labor Market
Defining the Problem Illegal immigration is something that happens everyday, whether people realize it or not. Illegal immigration is when a person enters the United States without government permission or stays in the United States past the expiration date on their visa. The article, “Illegal Immigration is a Crime” s...
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Curbing Hunger and Poverty in Africa
Explanation: The Hungry issue is real problem that make dangerous for the world and human being. This issue can be farther seeing it in Africa. The speech will have be given is about how to find the solution for the hungry issue. Also, show how important this issue to all of human and how we should make act to this and fi...
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The Problem of Teen Pregnancy in the U.S.
The U.S. teen birth rate is higher than any other developed countries, including Canada and the United Kingdom. Nearly one million teen girls get pregnant each year. Although rates have dropped in the U.S. the numbers are still too high. (OAH, 2013) With televisions shows aimed at adolescents representing teenage pregnancy,...
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The Negative Effects of the Legalization of Surrogacy in Hong Kong
In 1995, the American juvenile crime rate for 10-24 year olds was at a staggering high of 850.8 per 100,000 people. After a 6 year period, there was a major decrease of 175.9 juveniles which were becoming involved in and committing crimes (CDC). Crime in America has always had and will always have an impact of the society...
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The Problem of Homeless Youth in Canada
How many of our fellow Canadians will go hungry, without a roof over their heads? 33,000, this is the vast number of homeless that live on the streets in Canada today, and 8,000-11,000 of the number of those people are youth in the age range of only 16-24 years of age. This number has increased and grown larger by the days...
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