The issue of a higher minimum wage – sometimes referred to as a living wage or a just wage – is back in the news, with a number of local and state governments enacting minimum wage ordinances.
In the current election season, it continues to be a contentious issue.
Thereafter, proof of insurance is required on the semi-annual or annual renewal of the insurance policy.The 1978 Diplomatic Relations Act and the Foreign Missions Act require that all Motor Vehicles owned and operated in a U. Jurisdiction by a member of the Foreign Mission Community carry liability insurance coverage at all times.It is the responsibility of all Foreign Missions to provide OFM with written proof of continuous insurance coverage.Members of the Foreign Mission Community should confirm that their insurance policy covers rented Motor Vehicle(s). This coverage may be obtained through the rental company.
Members without Insurance Coverage: Members of the Foreign Mission Community who do not have Motor Vehicle(s) registered with OFM, and do not have the mandated minimum level of liability insurance coverage must obtain such minimum coverage prior to the operation of rental Motor Vehicle(s) in any U. Warning: Failure to comply with these requirements could lead the Department of State to take serious action against the privilege to operate Motor Vehicle(s) in the United States. This kind of government mandate would seem to be a violation of companies’ property rights. As it says in Leviticus , “You shall not commit a perversion of justice; you shall not favor the poor, and you shall not honor the great.” It would appear that, from the perspective of private property, government coercion that mandates a higher minimum wage would not be just. Should there be some requirement for companies to pay their employees a living wage?