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Once-tight siblings I know now feel distant and guarded, their worldviews suddenly so opposed that they can’t even agree on what constitutes a fact.
Besides, it’s not really on you to determine what constitutes damage in this case.
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Rodriguez-Kennedy and Schumacher said they thought soliciting those desired appointments could constitute a Brown Act violation.
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There may be Republicans who’d like to vote to convict if the vote were conducted in private, but it is almost certainly not a group that constitutes 31 of the 50 Republicans in the Senate.
A group of parents sued the West Ada teachers union, claiming that the walk-out constituted an illegal strike and that it caused undue emotional and financial stress on families.
CBG constitutes less than 1 percent by weight of most cannabis strains by that point.
It’s essentially an audiobook in podcast form, with each episode constituting a different chapter.
Instead of paid content moderators, the site employs volunteers, who constitute a “community jury” that votes on what violates Parler’s limited rules.
Jesse Marx reports that there’s a lack of agreement across the state over what constitutes a “complaint” in the first place, and how it should be collected and logged.
Last year, the board recommended that police agencies provide clear policies and direction as to what constitutes a complaint so that they can all strive toward a more uniform standard.

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