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The delivery space is definitely beholden to the same regulations that are very prevalent in the alcohol beverage industry.
You’re beholden to wherever someone says you can go and how you can go and et cetera.
While investors in global portfolios of shares are looking at returns over many years, governments are restricted to elected terms of office and beholden to electorates.
The Capitol Police, in particular, were shielded from the scrutiny of public information laws thanks to its special status as beholden to Congress rather than to the larger public.
Governments are beholden to the public, not the bottom line.
It’d have its own budget and an independent board elected by the public that’s not beholden to the City Council or the mayor’s will.
Democrats also argued that health care companies beholden to investors will lead to even worse care because they’re only interested in keeping costs down.
I thought he would not be beholden to the lobbyists, the way the other incumbents tend to be.
In recent months, direct-to-consumer brands that have been heavily invested in Facebook have been looking to diversify, according to Chris Toy, CEO of MarketerHire, as founders fear being “too beholden” to one channel.
Four years later, Gow feels let down and is convinced that both political parties are beholden to corporations — even foreign corporations that aim to take American land.
IT’S HIS LAND. NOW A CANADIAN COMPANY GETS TO TAKE IT.BY LEE VAN DER VOO FOR PROPUBLICAOCTOBER 1, 2020PROPUBLICA

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