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In May, I asked the state’s public access counselor to review whether the City Council briefings violated the law.
Unfortunately – and leaving the internet aside – federal programs to help access food, housing, and insurance vary widely from one state to another.
For diversity initiatives in the outdoor industry to be effective, we need sustainable solutions that will provide more access and gain the trust and support of minority communities.
He said his organization continues to provide them with emotional support, apart from access to a housing program and health clinics.
Ten weeks later, though her complaints had been dismissed, she returned because the company said workers now had access to medical-grade masks.
Our study also highlights that improving access to sanitation facilities which are private and secure must be central to discussions on the prevention of sexual violence.
Equal access to information regardless of ability to pay is foundational to a democratic society and is why public libraries exist.
With a finger swipe across a smartphone, investors can access their accounts and see how their portfolios are doing.
These metrics include rates of promotion, representation on every step of the corporate ladder, representation on boards, performance evaluation scores, and access to resources, sponsorships, and growth opportunities.
A legitimate concern for a company would be that an employee with access to sensitive information could expose trade secrets, business plans, technologies, client lists, relationships, or vendor lists.

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