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To do so, governments need to boost the adoption of electric vehicles through clear tax incentives, diesel and petrol engine bans, and major infrastructure investments.
If such a ban is not possible, steps should be taken to improve air circulation, the study said.
The ban will apply to plastics that are designed to be used once and then discarded — water bottles, cutlery, candy wrappers and bags — that clog local waterways and overwhelm landfills, LeBlanc said.
Iowa’s House speaker said he can’t make lawmakers wear masks — but he did enforce a ban on jeansRep.
To get the space off right, Smith set up the pop-up in a matter of days, installing everything from the electric lines to blow-up snowmen to ensure the igloos would be ready for the deep winter chill and the temporary complete ban on indoor dining.
The internet ban in Jammu and Kashmir, home to more than 13 million people, has been by far the longest by any democracy.
Nevada lifted its ban on legalized commercial gambling in 1931, setting the state on a path to becoming the nation’s postwar oasis of legal vice.
“After several years of fighting, it’s time for our code to finally reflect the law of the land,” Ebbin tweeted following last year’s House vote to repeal the ban in the Virginia Code.
All 21 Senate Democrats voted for the ban after nearly two hours of sometimes emotional debate, with 17 Republicans opposed and one abstaining.
While he didn’t mention the election directly, a countrywide social media ban is also an effective way to block opposition campaigning, or even election oversight by citizens.

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