Laws Affect My Life
If someone were to ask me, "What has the government done for you today?" I would most likely say nothing, but as I researched I have looked back on my past and my present. I have realized realized that through the years I have really noticed that laws do hold a foundation on my everyday life as well as others. Laws are principles and regulations that are established under the authority of the state and/or the nation. They help to form the foundation for a country that protects and provides for its citizens.
Breathing. Its an instinctive, necessary reflex that people do to live. We need oxygen in order to maintain homeostasis through the process of cellular respiration. It's a set of the metabolic reactions and processes occuring in the organisms with cells to convert biochemical enegy from nutrients into ATP, which is adenosine triphosphate. Then it releases waste products. Oxygen helps our body to create the energy it needs to help us to live such as walking, thinking, and breathing. Without oxygen, life would cease in less than 10 minutes. The Clean Air Act is the law that defines EPA's responsibilities to improve and protect the nation's air quality and the stratospheric ozone layer. In March 2011, EPA issued the Second Prospective Report which shows the analyzes of how the Clean Air Act has helped from 1990 to 2020. According to this study, In 2020, the Clean Air Act Amendments will prevent over 230,000 early deaths. About 85 percent of $2 trillion are associated to the reduction in premature mortality.
In the morning I have a routine that I usually follow. Washing my face and brushing my teeth are definitely my first actions when I get up. The Clean Water Act (CWA)is the cornerstone of surface water quality protection in the United States. The statute provides a lot of regulatory and non-regulatory tools to reduce direct pollution into waterways, and financing municipal wastewater treatment facilities. These tools are set to restore and maintain the chemical, physical, and biological safety of the nation's waters so that they can support "the protection and propagation of fish, shellfish, and wildlife and recreation in and on the water."
Make-up. Now I never thought of the government having anything to do with this but yet I'm surprised again. Cosmetic products are indeed regulated by FDA's Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition (CFSAN). They are responsible for making sure that cosmetics are properly labeled and safe to use. Although, FDA does not approve cosmetics themselves, they do approve the colors that are added into the cosmetics. Cosmetic manufacturers have to ensure, before marketing their products, that the products they use are safe when used as directed under the customary conditions of use.
After I've dressed and my school things together, I eat breakfast. Cereal, oatmeal, or a bagel are usually my go-to quick meals.The FDA new Food Safety Modernization Act helps me to do that in a safe way. This act helps to make sure that the U.S. food supply is safe in preventing contamination in our food supply as well as responding to it. It gives FDA a new, better way to enhance mandates and authorities to promote public health and protect consumers.
Since I'm a communter, driving is a big part of my everyday life. Driving is a privilege not a right. If you disobey Missouri traffic laws, then your driving privileges can be taken away. The Department of Revenue goes by a point system when you are caught violating the Missouri driving law. The points are added to your record when the department receives notice that you were convicted of a certain violation while your vehicle was in motion. Points vary with each conviction, but recieving four or more within a year means getting a warning. Receiving eight or more with 18 months means having your driving privileges suspended. This is why I have to always abride by the rules associated with driving. If I don't my privileges can be...
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