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Illam Terra parens, irra irritata deorum, Extremam (ut perhibent) Coeo Enceladoque sororem Progenuit.
For all that Hood might say about CAFA, it says remarkably little about the dilemma at the heart of this dispute: what should we do about the potential abuse of parens patriae actions?
In the following debate I will explain this problem from the perspective of the most correctly comprehensive of all possibilities (the above described middle stream or Parens' case) of social power acquirement.
common law doctrine of parens patriae, a state attorney general may
Second, states are not the appropriate bodies to represent as parens patriae the interests of their residents in seeing the United States comply with the law.
their parens patriae capacity as representatives for all their citizens
A doctrine granting an inherent power and authority to states, states often invoke parens patriae to protect the health and welfare of its people.
'If I say, 'arrest and take into custody the young people,' that is well within my parens patriae-the father of the nation-to protect them from crime,' he said.
of its citizens or residents--for instance, under a parens patriae
This was in comparison with a result of EUR603m, or EPS of EUR0.04, to the shareholders of the parens company in Q2 2016.
Akin to the SBS series Who Do You Think You Are?, Monsieur Mayonnaise follows a simple mandate: Philippe's search for the truth of his family's past and an answer to the question 'Where do I come from?' His investigation takes him to the house where his mother hid from the Nazis, to the 105--year--old former Resistance commander Georges Loinget (a cousin of Marcel Marceau, the world--famous mime and Philippe's godfather), and to the renowned American psychiatrist Henri Parens (who was saved as a child by Loinget).
Guardianship stems from the power of the state to act to protect the well-being of its citizens when they cannot care for themselves, also known as the "parens patriae" power.