Originally Posted by azn2nr
when you say that it is atypical for state code to dictate compliance enforcement you leave room to say that there are such laws and codes out there that do dictate compliance enforcement. can you provide an example in which the law dictates compliance enforcement (it doesnt matter which law only that it is a law)? perhaps identification checks at bars and clubs?
would federal law be the same in regards to dictation of compliance enforcement? and can you give a single example of a federal law that has compliance enforcement written into it?
Off the top of my head I don't... I'm sure I could find something if I went looking, but I'm no lawyer and my interest in sifting through that stuff at 1:30 a.m. is pretty much non-existant.
The U.S. Code is huuuuge and tends to be much more difficult to read and interpret, given that it's full of, well, everything that's been passed into law by Congress over the last 200+ years. You can find examples of pretty much anything you'd like in it... but you can expect to spend a good amount of time going through book after book at a law library doing so.