One strange law in the United States is the law against dwarf-tossing in Florida. If the owner of a commercial establishment that sells alcohol allows a dwarf-tossing contest to take place or participates in one, he can ... More »

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Virginia is host to many strange laws, including a law that makes it illegal to tickle women and another that states that chickens cannot lay their eggs prior to 8 a.m. and must finish laying for the day before 4 p.m. An... More »

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Some strange laws in Arizona render it illegal to let donkeys sleep in bathtubs, ride a horse up the courthouse stairs, shoot camels and make imitation cocaine, states Dumb Laws, as of 2015. It is illegal to sell moldy g... More »

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The formal qualifications to become President of the United States of America state that a candidate must be 35 years of age or older, a resident of the U.S. for at least 14 years and a natural-born citizen. These eligib... More »

As of March 2015, planned changes to immigration law in 2015 include expansion of Deferred Action Programs, improvements to the visa program and discretion to waive deportation of family members of legal permanent reside... More »

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As of 2015, legal reasons a U.S. immigrant may be deported include entering the United States illegally, violating the terms of his visa or the immigration laws, committing a crime, and failing to inform the U.S. Citizen... More »

The Fair Labor Standards Act governs child labor laws in the United States, states the U.S. Department of Labor. Its provisions set age limitations for youth employment and prohibit children from working in certain hazar... More »

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