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At the same time, though, he argued that businesses shouldn’t be the only ones subject to enforcement because business owners could build fines into their overall cost of operation.
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While officials argued that Mori’s presence at the helm of the organizing committee was needed to ensure the Games went ahead, it became apparent that his continued presence risked sinking the ship.
Officials argue some of the payments were not yet due, some were tied up in appeals and some were in the process of being gathered.
Many of these telecom giants argue through their primary lobbying arm, the trade group USTelecom, that Congress should finance phone and broadband benefits for low-income Americans on its own.
Centrist lawmakers such as Manchin have called for narrowing the payments to prevent them from going to higher-income Americans, arguing that those who have not lost their jobs do not need help.
Giannis Antetokounmpo and James Harden said Friday that they would rather spend the time with their families, and Kawhi Leonard argued that the NBA was “putting money over health.”
Critics argue that these scores alone reflect filings only, not whether the case was thrown out by a judge or settled or led to a physical eviction.
In 2011, Lodi argued it could no longer afford to give retiring officers the three months of pay.
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One could also argue that when we set out to explore the rest of our country or the world, we are discovering ourselves.

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