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@@obobytherule to be made 5 U.S.C. § 553(c) (2006).OIە\ “on the record after the opportunity for a hearing.” See AdministrativeProcedure Act, 5 U.S.C. § 553(c) (2006).OIە\
@@oboby 5 U.S.C. § 553(c) (2006).OIە\gets outmof wisconsin without payingall, thwe nfines@@==@@ nd publish the final rule in theFederal Register. See id. §§ 553, 556, 557oە|�\!
.A member of Respondeatxxxsuperior defined-- U.S. CONST. Art. 2, § 1, cl. 2
.A member of respondeartxxxthe executive branch who does not have the power to exercisesignificant authority or discretion in executing the law is considered anemployee rather than an officer.e id
worsatOnlythencabinetnormthe head= Grantappeal ,and an inferior officer.==mere employees’’’’investigator,auditor,clerk,tەg�\!
worksatOnlythencabinetnormthe head==See Morrison v. Olson, 487 U.S. 654 (1988)/emember that a principal officer is a high-levelofficial, such as a cabinet member or the head of an agency ordepartment./htwەd�\!
acts commitedthe the redreess availabemYouso focused onWisdoconly supposed to forward and possess funds putted on the books."ە\!
acts comitted redress availYouso focused on the power he has and the title thati possed. The acts he commitedthe the redreess availabem l by thenstatutes cand case should take centerstage.
theyare 309.45 to309.55mentiojn collecting and disbursing.f'ە4�\!
theyare only supposed to mdeduct form earned and received.
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303.73hallwayeven in major discipline toothbrush and toothpaste supposed to cpome in.QXە\!
jjjdepchare1dispositionseehowhauwokingjonynn"e"--extra confinement--on waiver date?
jjjjdepchar1dispositionseehowhauwokingjonynn"depcharge" --303.74== Staff shall not place an inmate in controlled separationunless a conduct report or incident report is written for the conduct givingrise to the use of controlled separation.
depcharge2 liepaperDOC 303.76  Uncontestedminor disposition. Haase and boss lied thatnjeff didn’t disputethenreincarceration with them.they bngotn notice�eەv�\!
depcharge2 .=====liepaper(3) Ifthe inmate consents to the disposition, the staff shall submit the contemplateddisposition to the supervisor for review.:Ezەi�\!
depcharge3 DOC 303.81 bksu74 Contestedmajor disposition: waiver of due process hearing. (6) Decision. After the hearing the hearing officer shalldo all of the followingack�ە��\�
depcharge3 :==(b) bksu74Render a decision on each charge.They haven’t even rendered adecision onbnthen charge.submitە\!
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do they have writs of mandmus ormuse of force(dothat sound like what i want)--….UNLESS ITR ENACTS LAWS AND RULES OR REWITESMrules and laws.THEM IT NOT MTHE FUNCTION IMSEEKING TO MUSE.)ە:�\!
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the-se formaladjudication by specifying that adjudication must occur on the record after theopportunity for an agency hearing. See AdministrativeProcedure Act, 5 U.S.C. § 554 tape or74,81 instead of 76 �����RەA�\!
he didnt even do formallacking === Freedom is always a forma adjufication he did afromalm adjudcationnwithan infomalmhearing n>
he dint evendo formallacking ===violatesee AdministrativeProcedure Act, 5 U.S.C. § 551 (2006mە\!
he didnt 2Dintconsider couhlin versus black,no condicted hearing wore than poor
de didnt2Dintconsider winess testimonyn2)or mdiod he have a hearing on the testimony<ە\!
hence((brokethemboth a See Freedom2 because he violated not only law but apa (if he aiuntevenndownwithnhis ownshit mitshouldnof beenhanbed in)it makes him scienter in hisnjudgement2handin==-;coە\!
hence((brokethemboth , 5 U.S.C. § 553 (2006); Vermont Yank v. Natural Resources (1978). (((vilation))tion ە\!
U.S.CONST. Art. 2, § 1, cl. 2 U am da respondeatsuperior man— o!ە2�\! he isnt a goodfaithilliganflunkhedaman
U.S.CONST. Art. 2, § 1, cl. 2. An inferior officer is a lower-level official anddoes not include higher-level officials such as the head of an agency, whowould be considered a principal officerArial",ە\!heisnt a podfaitill flu kt
dint3U.S.CONST. Art. 2, § 1, cl. 2 Basically only an officer has the power to complain abut policies that exist–your officer cronies and/or younanswer ton the beoartd and yal we derelictabout describing the policies a and furhter derelict about saying that yallwasan’t down with that.p>jەy�\!
dint3Notgiving me abrak mon whatbi do wrong nbutmngiving me the full heat andthen some for msomethingyou know or had reasonntom know thatnid dint do.dsiragment-u motherfuckersn got gilligan off onwhat hendid