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Jannetta said Metro “expressly prohibits retaliation,” adding that employees have multiple ways to report such issues, and it can be done confidentially.
State employees have been expressly forbidden from traveling over the holiday, and officials have urged everyone else to avoid it if possible.
If adopted, Virginia will become the 19th state to expressly include coverage for gender-affirming care under their Medicaid program, according to Williams Institute data.
Conversely, the Uniform Anatomical Gift Act expressly prohibits payment for organ donations.
For marketers in these sectors, the business impact is likely to be minimal and may even improve performance by limiting exposure to users who expressly opt out.
Legal experts say two laws expressly forbid the use of active-duty or federalized National Guard troops at the polls.
Police-based voter intimidation has a long enough history that there are a number of states that expressly forbid law enforcement from being at polling places at all, unless they’re there to vote themselves.
FEAR OF VOTER INTIMIDATION IS ITS OWN VOTER INTIMIDATIONMAGGIE KOERTH (MAGGIE.KOERTH-BAKER@FIVETHIRTYEIGHT.COM)OCTOBER 28, 2020FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
Fortune senior editor Beth Kowitt and I have started a podcast expressly to examine reinvention.
A principal is liable for the statements and representations of his agent that have been expressly authorized.
He has no authority to warrant the quality of property sold except custom or authority is expressly given to him.

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