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Assembly Bill 3216 also includes provisions to provide laid-off workers a path to return to their jobs, even if an employer or businesses changes ownership.
Solutions include boosting technology access for students, leveraging low-tech, community-based efforts, tutoring and special provisions for the youngest learners.
Given the diminished voting power of employee and investor shares, it is possible that these voting provisions will negatively impact the final price of those shares.
It would strengthen data protection provisions, provide for tougher penalties, and potentially create a new enforcement agency.
If there are provisions for alterations in your digital marketing strategy, you would be able to adapt to any situation.
Six of the biggest lenders all expect heavy credit defaults and soured loans, as shown by their loan loss provisions, which jumped 43% from the already hair-raising totals in the first quarter to a combined $36 billion in the second quarter.
This antiquated provision costs the city around $34 million annually.
IT’S TIME TO REVISIT THIS GARBAGE CITY POLICYJOE BETTLES, MARIANNA GARCIA, ELISE HANSON, JACK CHRISTENSEN AND AURORA LIVINGSTONJUNE 25, 2020VOICE OF SAN DIEGO
Whereas it doesn’t take that much to not enforce a lot of its provisions.
Full provision is made for Catholics and Nonconformists desiring to attend the services of their respective bodies.
SHOWELL'S DICTIONARY OF BIRMINGHAMTHOMAS T. HARMAN AND WALTER SHOWELL
Hence, at the end of the war, the provision for redemption of Bank of England notes will work automatically.
READINGS IN MONEY AND BANKINGCHESTER ARTHUR PHILLIPS

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