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Both already are outlawed in Illinois, but records obtained this week by ProPublica Illinois and the Chicago Tribune revealed how one suburban special education program still used mechanical restraints in a program for students with disabilities.

Northam also signed legislation requiring officers who witness a colleague using excessive force to intervene, and bills outlawing sexual relations between law enforcement and people in their custody — something already prohibited in many states.

Currently, California is one of only a few states to outlaw equal opportunity policies.

This builds on earlier legislation outlawing international press from covering developments in the country without local media partnerships.

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A new Brennan Center report details exactly how voter intimidation and discrimination are outlawed.

The Egyptian government claims the group has links with the now outlawed Muslim Brotherhood.

While countries like South Africa still allow regulated trophy hunting of rhinos, Botwswana outlawed the practice this year.

Enzo Cilenti as Yezzan: “Yezzan was an extremely wealthy slave trader before Daenerys Targaryen outlawed the slave trade.”

Manager Sarah Jones told The Daily Beast that the drink was “very popular” before the law outlawed its key ingredient.

Even in Germany, where Nazi memorabilia and romanticism are outlawed, a neo-fascist claimed a seat.

The rest of the patentees stood outlawed, and no judgment entered against them.

Should Lamberg attempt to resume his military command Kossuth demanded that he should be outlawed as a traitor.

Mills was afterwards taken into custody on the information of Pring, an outlawed smuggler, and being tried, was convicted.

But they demanded that the emancipated slaves should leave the state within a year or be outlawed!

General Lallemand galloped in hot haste to see whether an asylum for the outlawed party could be secured under her flag.


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On this page you'll find 49 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to outlawed, such as: banned, prohibited, bootleg, crooked, forbidden, and interdicted.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.