Interstate cooperation, a study of the interstate compact. by Vincent V. Thursby

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Published by Public Affairs Press in Washington .

Written in English

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  • Interstate agreements.

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StatementIntrod. by Carl B. Swisher.
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LC ClassificationsKF4618 .T5
The Physical Object
Pagination152 p.
Number of Pages152
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Open LibraryOL6133204M
LC Control Number53005792
OCLC/WorldCa1556277

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The concern over unregulated interstate cooperation resulted in the adoption of the “compact clause” in Article I, sect. 10, cl. 3 of the U.S.

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Later, the concern over unregulated interstate cooperation continued during the drafting of the U.S. Constitution, resulting in the adoption of the “Compact Clause,” Article I, sect.

10, cl. The Compact Clause provides that, “No state shall, without the consent of Congress enter into any agreement or Compact with another state, or. Cooperative interstate relations are essential for maintaining the economic and political union established by the United States Constitution.

Despite this importance, the study of interstate compacts, federal-state compacts, and interstate administrative agreements have generally been neglected by political scientists for more than half a : Joseph Francis Zimmerman. The Interstate Compact Agreement is also known as the Interstate Compact for Adult Offender Supervision.

This agreement began in and is effective in all 50 states. "Interstate Cooperation offers a fine review of the history and evolution of interstate compacts.[a] significant contribution in surveying interstate cooperative practices covering many fields that heretofore have not been presented in an overview and evolutionary context."-PubliusCited by: The Interstate Compact for Education is an interstate states (and the District of Columbia) but Hawaii, Oregon, South Dakota and Washington are members.

The compact established a commission to oversee educational policy development. Text of the compact. The legislature of each member state passes the laws with certain modifications, but the core of the legislation remains the ion date: The Planning Conference for the Compact for Education in Kansas City in September, and took the following action: * 1.

Approved the idea of interstate cooperation in education and took steps to implement a proposal to establish, through an interstate compact, an Education commission of the states, including the governor, two state LegislatorsFile Size: KB.

Most early interstate compacts resolved boundary disputes, but since the early 20th century, compacts have increasingly been used as a tool of state cooperation. In some cases, an agreement will create a new multi-state governmental agency which is responsible for administering or improving some shared resource such as a seaport or public.

For instance, the study of interstate compacts appears to be on the upswing after a period of dormancy, perhaps because compacts are being utilized in more ways these days. 2 Research in several policy areas, notably social welfare, environmental protection, and economic development, has pursued interstate competition and the presence (or not Author: Ann O’M.

Bowman. Get this from a library. Interstate cooperation: compacts and administrative agreements. [Joseph Francis Zimmerman] -- "Cooperative interstate relations are essential for maintaining the economic and political union established by the United States Constitution. Despite this importance, interstate compacts.

CENT V. THURSBY, INTERSTATE COOPERATION: A STUDY OF THE INTERSTATE COMPACT (Public Affairs Press ). The authors submit that the characteri-zation of "sub-national" is no longer valid.

In the latter half of the twentieth century, states used compacts to Cited by: 1. What is an Interstate Compact. An interstate compact is a contract between two or more states.

It carries the force of statu-tory law and allows states to perform a certain action, observe a certain standard or cooperate in a critical policy area.

Generally speaking, interstate compacts:File Size: KB. The interstate compact is the most binding legal instrument to provide formal cooperation between States.

In recent decades, the compact has emerged as one of the better known and more widely employed mechanisms for intergovernmental cooperation.

Until File Size: 2MB. INTERSTATE COMPACTSINTERSTATE COMPACTS. Article I, Sect of the U.S. Constitution authorizes the states, with the consent of Congress, to make compacts among themselves.

The Compact Clause says, "No state shall, without the Consent of Congress, enter into any Agreement or Compact with another State, or with a foreign Power. " The U.S. Source for information on Interstate. In this second edition of Interstate Cooperation, Joseph F.

Zimmerman demonstrates that many public goals can be achieved by either a compact or an agreement. Interstate administrative agreements, moreover, may be verbal or written, and have increased sharply in number because their flexibility allows changes to be made quickly without.

Learn interstate with free interactive flashcards. Choose from different sets of interstate flashcards on Quizlet. tition may hinder interstate cooperation. Interstate compacts and interstate administrative agreements are the specific foci of this book, and selected ones are assessed in terms of their success in chapter 7.

A proper understanding of state interactions neces-sitates an acquaintance with the origin of the federal system, constitu-File Size: KB. Interstate Cooperation offers a fine review of the history and evolution of interstate effect of the very many cases offered of formal and informal multistate agreements is less successful because their brevity limits investigation of their behavior.

dually — this is interstate cooperation at SREB, America’s first education compact. Interstate cooperation can sound a bit abstract. At SREB interstate cooperation comes alive in dozens of real ways that improve the lives of people of all ages and help state leaders provide more and better education.

SREB helps states multiply benefits and. The Interstate Commission for Adult Offender Supervision (ICAOS) was created to promote cooperation and coordination among the states and U.S. Territories in the transfer of supervised offenders across state boundaries. The ICAOS provides oversight and assistance in administering the Interstate Compact for Adult Offender Supervision, which was.

The US government commissioned a study under the Interstate Compact Secretariat, which oversaw educational efforts. LaMalfa strongly opposed the National Popular Vote Interstate Compact, which would eliminate the Electoral College. The states participating in the interstate compact would agree to collect and remit each other's taxes.

Such laws. Interstate Compacts and Cooperation Based on favorable experience with intercolony compacts, the Articles of Confederation and Perpetual Union, effective inauthorized states to enter into interstate compacts with the consent of Congress. A generally similar provision is included in the U.S.

Constitution (art. 1, §10). Download the Brief in PDF / E-Reader Compatible Format. Interstate compacts often are viewed as a way for states to work cooperatively to avoid federal intervention or a federally mandated solution.

While that is an accurate statement, it does not mean the federal government does not play a role in the compact process. In fact, federal officials are active participants in a number of compacts.

House Interstate Cooperation Committee. This committee serves to encourage and assist the legislative, executive, administrative and judicial officials and employees of this State to develop and maintain friendly contact by correspondence, by conference and otherwise with officials and employees of the other states, of the federal government and of local units of government.

The Dwight D. Eisenhower National System of Interstate and Defense Highways, commonly known as the Interstate Highway System, is a network of controlled-access highways that forms part of the National Highway System in the United States.

Construction of the system was authorized by the Federal Aid Highway Act of The system extends throughout the contiguous United States and has routes in Formed: J Interstate Library Compact. Authorizes state, local, and private libraries to enter into agreements for provision of services and utilization of facilities on an interstate basis, including the creation of joint library districts.

Compact eligibility is nationwide in scope. Category: Education. EDUCATION ARTICLES OF THE INTERSTATE COMPACT PDF Word. Interstate Compact Article IV.A - Unofficial or “hand-carried” education records In the event that official education records cannot be released to the parents for the purpose of transfer, the custodian of the records in the sending state shall prepare and furnish to the parent a complete set of unofficial educational records.

was replaced in by the Interstate Compact for Juveniles that created a commission to administer the compact. Interstate Compact on Mental Health (all states are members except Arizona, California, Mississippi, Nevada, and Virginia), P.L. 92–, 86 Stat. Interstate Compact to Conserve Gas and Oil (Colorado, Illinois,Author: Joseph Francis Zimmerman.

Interstate Compact for Juveniles. For Forms Required for Interstate Compact, go to Interstate Compact Forms. Interstate Compact for Juveniles Contacts. MSCIJS Meeting Minutes 03/18/ MSCIJS Meeting Minutes 08/05/ MSCIJS Meeting Minutes 02/10/ MSCIJS Meeting Minutes 08/17/ MSCIJS Meeting Minutes 03/08/ Now up your study game with Learn mode.

Try Learn mode Study with Flashcards Terms in this set (5) Agreements among states and foreign states. Interstate Compacts. Ensures that states recognize law and doc.s, and court proceedings of other states. Credit Clause. The legal projects by which a fugitive from justice in one state is returned to.

In response to this group's findings, Interstate Compact on the Placement of Children (ICPC, also known as the Compact) was drafted and first signed in ICPC is not a federal law but is a contractual agreement among the Member States.

All 50 states, the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands are members of the ICPC. */ The Interstate Compact on the Placement of Children (ICPC) is a law that has been enacted by all 50 states, the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands. This law establishes orderly procedures for the interstate placement of children and fixes responsibilities for those involved in placing the child.

[collapsed title="Association of Administrators of the. As Daniel Douglas says, an interstate compact is an agreement between/among two or more states, using agreeing on a common set of regulations or requirements. Most people probably would be most familiar with a driver’s license.

Your license is iss. California-Nevada Interstate Compact-- Would establish a commission to administer water rights involving Lake Tahoe and the Carson, Truckee, and Walker States have ratified the compact and are abiding by it even though Congress has not ratified it. Some of the issues involved were addressed in P.L.

the Fallon Paiute Shoshone Indian Tribes Water Rights Settlement Act of Without consistency across communities, regions, and states on crisis standards of care, there is much greater potential for chaos and unfairness. Participants at all of the workshops discussed the difficult balance between developing standards and procedures based on a community’s particular values, characteristics, and needs, and ensuring a consistent approach across neighboring jurisdictions.

THURSBY, INTERSTATE COOPERATION: A STUDY OF THE INTERSTATE COMPACr () (recommending interstate compacts wherever possible in order to preserve vitality of states and avoid overburdened national government); Richard C.

Kearney & John J. Stucker, Interstate Compacts and the Management of Low Level Radioactive Wastes, 45 PUB. Search Results / I COOP 79 Interstate Cooperation Senate D State Capitol Atlanta GA D State Capitol The Committee on Interstate Cooperation is established by statute (O.G.G.A.

) and has general jurisdiction over issues concerning the relations between Georgia and other states, as well as any matter that involves collaboration between states. Interstate Placement of Foster Children Act of Home Study Time Limits.

• States must conduct, complete, and report the results of a home study within 60 days of the request. • The 60 days time limit begins when the receiving state’s ICPC Office receives a. Section of the Fixing America’s Surface Transportation (FAST) Act of SEC.

FUTURE INTERSTATE STUDY. (a) FUTURE INTERSTATE SYSTEM STUDY.—Not later than days after the date of enactment of this Act, the Secretary shall enter into an agreement with the Transportation Research Board of the National Academies to conduct a study on the actions needed to upgrade and.

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It discusses both the present legal and institutional setting of power plant.Th e focus of this article is on interstate cooperation, the Emergency Management Assistance Compact, and its response to Hurricanes Katrina and Rita in   In this second edition of Interstate Cooperation, Joseph F.

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