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City real estate professionals moved on this year amid the controversy, and city taxpayers will continue to be on the hook for the millions of dollars associated with rectifying them.
MORNING REPORT: REAL ESTATE DEALS DOGGED FAULCONER’S TENUREVOICE OF SAN DIEGODECEMBER 10, 2020VOICE OF SAN DIEGO
“It really zeroes in that any marginalized community could have a challenge accessing this product, economic or otherwise, and it seeks to rectify that,” she explains.
WHAT WE CAN LEARN FROM SCOTLAND’S FREE PERIOD PRODUCTSSARA KILEY WATSONDECEMBER 10, 2020POPULAR SCIENCE
Ghabboun’s problem with the state has separately been rectified.
NEW BILL PROPOSES STOPPING UNEMPLOYMENT AGENCIES THAT MAKE MISTAKES FROM DEMANDING MONEY BACKBY AVA KOFMANDECEMBER 9, 2020PROPUBLICA
So in a joint declaration issued Monday, the EU countries said they would set up an industrial alliance to rectify the situation.
USING PANDEMIC RECOVERY FUNDS, EUROPE MOVES TO BUILD UP ITS SEMICONDUCTOR INDUSTRYDAVID MEYERDECEMBER 7, 2020FORTUNE
The report lays out three main planks for rectifying the situation, starting with serious investment and innovation in training, particularly within companies and at community colleges.
MIT REPORT: ROBOTS AREN’T THE BIGGEST THREAT TO THE FUTURE OF WORK—POLICY ISEDD GENTNOVEMBER 23, 2020SINGULARITY HUB 
These are things we’ve put a corrective action plan on and they should be rectified in the very near future.
IMMIGRANTS HELD AT MD. JAIL WERE EXCESSIVELY STRIP-SEARCHED, ACCORDING TO DHS INSPECTOR GENERALNICK MIROFFOCTOBER 30, 2020WASHINGTON POST
The notices just skate over that on the basis that the original mistake has been rectified so it doesn’t matter.
UK WATCHDOG REDUCES MARRIOTT DATA BREACH FINE TO $23.8M, DOWN FROM $123MNATASHA LOMASOCTOBER 30, 2020TECHCRUNCH
Even before they recruited me they were trying to work through and respond and listen to employees and rectify the situations that have emerged internally.
‘A LOT OF LISTENING’: A Q&A WITH CONDE NAST’S FIRST CHIEF DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION OFFICER, YASHICA OLDENMAX WILLENSOCTOBER 5, 2020DIGIDAY
We can not undertake to rectify mistakes and settle disputes between those who are exchanging.
HARPER'S YOUNG PEOPLE, NOVEMBER 30, 1880VARIOUS
When centuries have elapsed and new rights have grown up, it is impossible to rectify the wrongs of times long gone by.
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