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Since then, the Louisville Metro Council unanimously voted to pass “Breonna’s Law,” an ordinance that bans the use of no-knock warrants.

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The ordinance will require that hotels of 200 rooms or more give laid-off employees a chance to apply for positions as they open up before extending offers to others.

The ordinance would not just extend to union workers, but all service and hospitality workers.

The ordinance also, though, covers conflicts of interest involving future employers.

In the years that followed, cities began adopting ordinances that instead split land into economic zones, with distinct areas for industrial activity, commercial businesses, multifamily housing and single-family housing.

Call 575-8330 and tell the Fayetteville City Council members and Mayor Jordan to vote ‘no’ on ordinance 119.

Olenicoff was looking to spend $100,000 to $250,000 per the city ordinance requirements.

On October 2011, the prefecture established an ordinance imposing fines and potential jail time.

C.J. Grisham of mostly spoke out against a San Antonio ordinance that outlaws the open carry of loaded weapons.

DC, alas, does not have an ordinance against such plants, though local laws against bamboo are apparently rising in popularity.

Who, by not observing the ordinance of Covenanting would practically say, that it ought to be abolished?

That State with which the Church could not be connected, so as to enjoy her own privileges, cannot be the ordinance of God.

The friends of truth cannot justifiably persevere in supporting the British Constitution as the ordinance of God.

Why is an evil government at one period viewed as the ordinance of God, and at another as worthy of being overthrown?

Though some approved of them as the ordinance of God, yet, at the Revolution, the nation declared that they were not.


On this page you'll find 50 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to ordinance, such as: authorization, canon, code, command, decree, and dictum.

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