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What is the history of Title 10, United States Code? What year was Title 10 first made into law by Congress?

What is the history of Title 10, United States Code?

What year was Title 10 first made into law by Congress?

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10USC... covers the military and all the laws that govern its activities.  It is one of the longest and most exacting acts of Congress. 

10USC... was first enacted in 1834 under the Articles of War.  It was re-enumerated in 1957 as the War Powers Act and re-codified in 1967 as 10USC.


Lois Lerner, head of the Internal Revenue Service’s tax-exempt organizations office, said at a hearing into the IRS's targeting of conservative groups on Wednesday, May 22 that she has done nothing wrong but declined to answer lawmakers' questions, invoked her constitutional right against self-incrimination. (Video: AP) So it always has been with the Democrat political machine.

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