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Hospital visitors are prohibited, save for a few exceptions that include end-of-life care, parents or guardians of children undergoing treatment, caregivers for people with disabilities and obstetrics.
Illinois rules do not ban prone restraint, but the General Assembly plans to take up legislation in January that would prohibit it.
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The Virginia Values Act prohibits specific discriminatory acts but has nothing to say about any particular message or expression.
Owners Jon Pannoni and George Watson closed it again in September, after they were cited for violating a mayor’s executive order prohibiting indoor service.
Federal law limits children of this age to working a maximum of three hours on school days and eight hours on Saturdays or Sundays, and it prohibits them from working overnight.
EASA spokeswoman Janet Northcote said the agency also will prohibit pilots from making certain “precision approaches” at airports “surrounded by difficult terrain.”
California law prohibits civil arrests in state courthouses without a judicial warrant, but Sabraw’s order dealt with arrests in federal courthouses, which wouldn’t fall under the state’s jurisdiction.
The state of California is prohibiting private gatherings of more than three households, for example, but emphasizing “the smaller the number of people, the safer.”
Enfante’s employer now prohibits up-close encounters with strangers.
To discourage gatherings, only ticket holders are allowed in stadium lots, and the city is prohibiting tailgating — though it cannot impede events on private property.

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