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She defined the news conference as merely an “opening statement” in the court of public opinion, to be followed by additional legal action in courts around the country, and possible remedy in the electoral college.

Oleander extract is an unproven therapeutic remedy for the coronavirus that Lindell has been pushing.

Every single step of the criminal punishment system that was demanded to be used as a remedy was used and theoretically to the effect people wanted it to be.

The proposed remedy, before Microsoft settled, was to break the company in two.

Google featured prominently in a report by the House Judiciary Committee on big tech antitrust concerns earlier this month, with US lawmakers recommending a range of remedies — including breaking up platform giants.

It’s a fairly effective short-term remedy, though it does nothing to fix the problem structurally or even quickly.

The report proposes countless remedies, including specific suggestions for Google, Amazon, Apple, and Facebook.

Effective remedies for human rights violations also help promote accountable government.

Congress should take up the subcommittee’s proposed remedies immediately.

Others propose that enforcers seek “stakeholder remedies,” such as changes to corporate governance, as part of antitrust enforcement.

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