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He said he doesn’t expect the bill to be voted on during the current session, but supporters will try to gather more sponsors and reintroduce it when lawmakers reconvene next year.
NATIONAL BAN ON SCHOOL USE OF SECLUSION AND RESTRAINT OF STUDENTS INTRODUCED IN CONGRESSBY JODI S. COHEN, PROPUBLICA AND JENNIFER SMITH RICHARDS, CHICAGO TRIBUNENOVEMBER 19, 2020PROPUBLICA
At night, while their classmates sleep, they work to pay debts to smugglers and sponsors, to contribute to rent and bills, to buy groceries and sneakers, and to send money home to the parents and siblings they left behind.
You’ll find up-and-coming early stage startups and sponsors showcasing their technology in our expo area.
After finding anxiety medication that worked for her, seeking out sponsors, and saving up money from her job in PR, Wortley began traveling.
These images originally appeared on bioGraphic, an online magazine about science and sustainability, and the official media sponsor for the California Academy of Sciences’ BigPicture Natural World Photography Competition.
I have had these amazing long-term relationships with my sponsors.
A number of virtual fundraisers this year have delivered four-course dinners to their sponsors — a generous but expensive way to keep people engaged.
CNN’s international sales team sold Great Big Story, but were less stringent about the lines between editorial and sponsor and were willing to sell at prices below Great Big Story’s usual rates, per former employees.
Major sponsors like Coca-Cola and Valvoline have since jumped on board, injecting credibility and resources into the series.
Qualtrics, a computer-software company specializing in research and statistical analysis, has been a key corporate sponsor of the Jazz for years, and it has hosted NBA Commissioner Adam Silver at its annual conference.

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