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It also doesn’t weigh in on the merits of the technology or whether there should be a global moratorium.
That’s putting nearly 10 million households below the poverty line at risk, according to Carbon Switch, a home energy efficiency firm that analyzed unemployment insurance claims in states without a shut-off moratorium.
Microsoft, Amazon and IBM have all announced discontinuations or moratoriums of their face recognition products.
He issued a shelter-in-place order and two executive orders on evictions after that, including one on March 27 that he described as an eviction moratorium.
Landlords can’t charge fees, penalties or interest on any unpaid rents accrued during the moratorium.
She shocked progressives last week when she voted against extending a moratorium on evictions through September.
Months after their sit-downs, Montgomery, Gómez and Ward issued a statement calling for a moratorium on the smart streetlights program.
So having some sort of a moratorium on foreclosures is perfectly sensible.
With the end of the moratorium on November 4, it may be said that the crisis produced by the outbreak of war was over.
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The first break in the pattern of nuclear testing came in 1958, when the nuclear powers agreed to a 1-year test moratorium.

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