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One could probably do no better, though, than the title of Heaven 17’s album, “Penthouse and Pavement” — the twin battlegrounds governing British life and sophisti-pop’s concerns.
Last fall, Bjerg signed a new contract with TSM, one in which he secured part-ownership of the organization, a groundbreaking contract term that required special approval from the league’s governing body.
The council last month approved new rules governing e-scooter services.
Conditions in the Otay Mesa Detention Center violate Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s own standards as well as federal law governing the treatment of people with disabilities, a new report from Disability Rights California finds.
Finally, even if women politicians behaved the same as men politicians, their presence in governing institutions matters for democratic legitimacy.
I’m already starting to meet with both local and state entities that really govern a lot of the implementation of homelessness.
In the first turbulent months of Johnson’s premiership in 2019, Cummings waged a campaign against anti-Brexit sympathizers inside the governing Conservative Party, forcing some rebels out for good and ripping up political conventions.
The ability to govern data at an individual level in an automated, real-time manner will be critical for companies to comply with these new concepts.
In barely six weeks’ time, officials rewrote tour policy that governed gambling-related activities and partnerships.
Now, the board is limited to setting broad policies governing graduation requirements, academic standards and teacher qualifications.

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