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There are reports that a famous singer and opera star Andrea Bocelli have pulled out of performing at Trump's inauguration specifically due to security threats against him (the pullout was not because he opposes Trump, nor because of commercial worries about fan boycott). Have performers been physically threatened for performing at inaugurations before?

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Sort of a follow up question to the one earlier today. Say a felon has served his time and has been paroled. He or she then either gets a new ID card or driver's license. A) Is there any requirement that the ex-convict be required to get a new ID, B) that the new ID identifies their ex-con status and voter ineligibility and C) are there any laws that would prohibit this? While I am interested in all jurisdictions, if it helps, narrow it down to say Texas or Virginia. If there is a model state statute out there, all the better. I found nothing on this topic.

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Since 1937 the President is sworn into office on the 20th of the January after the presidential election, why?

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This is not partisan. I want to know, what are the protocols and rules that decide which reporter is allowed and selected to make a question, how long in time the question must extend, and specially if the president, or another individual can: Reject a question without even answering it. Only choose questions from a non representative sample of reporters in the political spectrum. Can the president accept from CNN, not MSNBC and yes FOX? Do every reporter get the same number of questions? Do reporters have to "fight" for the microphone to ask a question? Does just the president point to one of the reporters and receive their question?

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China is investing in various countries in the world mostly in infrastructure development. The prime examples are, (1) USD 46-55 billion in Pakistan, (2) USD 20 billion in infractructure development in Bangladesh Now, my question is, why is China doing this while the rich countries in Europe or America are not? Those countries never invested in infrastructure development in the past and are not doing so at present. Even if they did some development of infrastructures, they were/are (1) mostly aid, (2) scale was/is very small as compared to China.

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I was looking online and noticed this requirement was included in the application materials. They could deny you if you don't include a photo of yourself. And mind you this is for a fully ONLINE program.

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I have been involved, pro se, in a special education impartial hearing on behalf of my son. I would like to publish some parts of the hearing documents in articles on the web and in a book.

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Suppose a contractual obligation is formed under EU law (e.g., by consumer protection laws). Now suppose that the parties to that contract (a buyer and a vendor or manufacturer) have agents in a non-EU country (say in Asia). Should they be able to adjudicate the contract under the local judicial system, even though the local system's laws create no such contract? Update: Answers concerning the rest of the world, besides the US, would be much appreciated.

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