Using library or Internet resources provide a full citation for each of the following items: State is Georgia and county is Rockdale.
1.Your state's statute that defines what is considered to be a public record that must be made available to the public upon request.
2. The pre-World War I opinion by the U.S. Supreme Court holding, on re-argument, that a federal income tax was unconstitutional.
3. The federal statute authorizing the U.S. Secretary of Transportation to make payments to states for the value of materials stockpiled near federal highway construction projects in conformity with the project specifications.
4. The federal joint regulation of the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, and Department of Commerce, identifying the factors for listing, delisting, or reclassifying endangered species.
5. Your state's administrative regulations specifying the licensure process for real estate agents.
6. The local ordinance in your municipality governing noise.
7. The most recent opinion of your state's highest appeals court describing the extent to which the state constitution requires that the power of eminent domain be exercised only for a public use.
8. A recent federal trial court decision in your federal district describing the standard for summary judgment in federal court.
9. A law-review article published within the past five (5) years about libel law and political campaign advertisements.
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//In relation to the Constitutional and Administrative Law, there are various pragmatic implications. In this context the following discussion covers the legal definition of a public record, and the opinion of the US Supreme Court on the constitutionality of federal income tax. This section further explores the federal statute for classification and declassification of the endangered species of wildlife and the authority of US Secretary of Transportation to make payments to the state for materials related to construction projects.//
1. As per the Open Records Act, the state of Georgia defines a public record as all records including, but not limited to documents, papers, letters, maps, photographs, data, data fields, computer based or information generated by computers, or any similar matter prepared, maintained or received by an individual or an entity in performance of a service or a function for or on behalf of the individual or the entity for storage or future governmental use (Georgia Government, 2016).
2. In Pollock v. Farmer's Loan & Trust Co. the Supreme Court of the United States, upon rehearing, held that the direct taxes are inclusive of the non-apportioned income taxes on income by way of interests, dividends, and rent as imposed by the Income Tax Act, 1894, and are unconstitutional as they violated the provision, that the direct taxes be apportioned (Justia-US Supreme Court, 2016).
3. The US Code, Title 23, Chapter 1, § 121, states that the Secretary may make time to time payments to a State for the costs of construction, for the value of the materials stockpiled near the federal highway construction projects in conformity with the project specifications. Furthermore, it states that no such payments can be made for a project, which is not covered by the project agreement. After the completion of the project, the State is entitled to the payment out of the sum allocated to the state in the context of the unpaid balance of the Federal Share payable for the specified project. The funds are deposited with the official(s) or depository, as may have been specified under the laws of the state (Cornell University Law School, 2016).
4. A species can be listed or reclassified endangered or threatened if the Secretary determines so because of any one ...
Constitutional and administrative law is examined. The response addresses the query is posted in 1285 words with APA reference.