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It needed to be codified with universal rules, judging and protocols.
Congress tried to codify the Fairness Doctrine into law, supported even by many conservatives like Newt Gingrich and Jesse Helms.
In 2016, she wrote a law codifying a court decision that found people on post-release community supervision are allowed to vote.
It’s time we codify what we’ve learned over the past few years, and move away from the fiction of self-regulation.
“V7 codifies industry best-practices for organizing data, labelling and launching computer vision models for real-world problems”.
The event is in response to new guidelines proposed by Virginia’s Department of Education that would codify requirements for schools making their own LGBTQ policies.
The letter, signed by a coalition of attorneys general, asks Congress to codify an interim rule providing the vaccine to Medicare recipients at no cost and to properly fund programs for the uninsured so they do not have to pay administrative fees.
They are the people most vulnerable to temporary economic hardships that get codified into consumer reports, and the ones who need and seek public benefits.
There is nothing finical or foppish about the conventions which Mr. Harcourt undertakes to codify and explain.
BEN'S NUGGETHORATIO, JR. ALGER
That is, they refused to codify it and left it for the courts to decide.

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