Constitutional Curfew II
#1 Jan 24, 2013
I believe that it has been upheld that municipalities are nothing but corporations and have no governmental status under the law. that would mean that the "Policies" only apply to employee's of that corporation.
Generally, the authority to govern the affairs within a state rests with the state legislature, the governor, and the state judicial system. However, states give localities limited powers to govern their own areas. The origin of the municipal corporation varies from state to state. Municipal corporations are given the power to govern through either the state constitution or state statutes, or through the legislative grant of a charter.
that is to do business, not impose fees and fines.
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