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One week before the vote, Facebook temporarily halted all political ads and has yet to say when it will reinstate them.

Suspended accounts aren’t eligible to book an appointment and must get reinstated before gaining access to the program.

Cases are rising so rapidly in some parts of the country that some local leaders are beginning or weighing whether to reinstate business restrictions again.

Just two years after Ma stepped back from Alibaba, the Ant IPO promised to reinstate any prominence he might have lost.

The plaintiffs are requesting that the court issue an immediate injunction requiring Fairfax school officials to reinstate the test.

After nearly being decimated, the wolves were finally protected from harm, and efforts to reinstate them commenced.

Kavanaugh’s opinion gave two reasons why he thought this requirement should be reinstated.

It’s a dangerous policy to reinstate after a survey of 1,500 Walmart associates found 45% of respondents had gone to work sick, and 58% of those reported fear of retaliation as the reason.

The Supreme Court subsequently agreed with Barrett’s position in a 7-to-2 ruling that reinstated the fetal remains law.

The elections office there had also been urging voters to send their ballots back with a witness signature just in case the requirement was reinstated.

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