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That provision of the Dodd-Frank Act has created headaches for companies that import gold.
The stalled-out HEROES Act contains provisions for grants for small businesses, but no one knows how they will work, or when the bill might be passed.
An outcry followed, and multiple members said they had not been aware of the implications of the provision, which had long been sought by lobbyists for Intuit.
The provision was specifically aimed at the southern border and those coming through Mexico.
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In Pennsylvania, everybody’s houses are set at a distance, but everyone barters home provisions, ranging from venison pastrami to crooked cucumbers to gargantuan zucchini.
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One of the key provisions in the draft rules requires micro-lenders to fund at least 30% of any loan they fund jointly with banks.
Limping into town for provisions, he is confronted by local teenagers, one of whom mysteriously collapses and dies just from touching Eric.
This was helped by a 2013 Supreme Court decision that struck down a key provision of the Voting Rights Act.
The proposition also includes a provision that a ⅞ majority in California’s senate is required to overturn it, making any changes very difficult.
Companies like Twitter and Facebook have introduced a lot of new rules, moderation tactics, and fact-checking provisions to try to combat popular misinformation.

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