As anybody who has been following my twitter stream today knows, I have been spending the entire day hunting, pecking, avoiding, and kind of working on my final exam for my Intellectual Property Law Class.
While working on the exam, I have found some real legal gems today. These kinds of things don’t often turn up unless you know to look for them, and since I’m betting nobody ever looks, I figured I’d share them here.
- First, a warm up. May I present the laws that protects the Red Cross, and The Olympics?
- Or, perhaps the ones that define and protect (sort of) America’s anthem (Star Spangled Banner), motto (“In God we trust”), floral emblem (the rose), march (Stars and Stripes Forever), and tree (the mighty oak)?
- Maybe you’d prefer a list of the national observances that are codified by law, such as the May, the Steelmark month?
- And finally, those laws that govern the inauguration, including the regulations of the electricity that day.
America, sometimes you have the strangest laws.
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