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The council also unanimously approved a resolution to promote “health in all policies,” including requiring county agencies and nonprofits to specify how much of their funding goes toward promoting health.

Metro board members unanimously approved service cuts and a buyout plan Thursday aimed at avoiding as many layoffs as possible as the transit agency faces a $176 million budget shortfall due to the coronavirus pandemic.

The second came in the 1970s when the group published a series of books on Lie groups and Lie algebras that is “unanimously considered a masterpiece,” Chambert-Loir said.

The commission unanimously agreed to launch an advisory subcommittee to find the agency’s next executive director.

The team voted unanimously for McLaurin to fill the captainship that became vacant when safety Landon Collins suffered a season-ending Achilles’ injury and was placed on injured reserve.

Yet Washington, by staying silent, was unanimously returned to office.

He’s only the second unanimous winner in the show’s 22-season history.

The City Council also unanimously voted Tuesday to create a coordinated homeless outreach program led by nonprofit PATH.

The Texas Behavioral Health Executive Council reportedly voted on a unanimous basis to restore the prohibition on discrimination clients for being LGBTQ and disabled as part of Texas social workers’ code of conduct just two weeks after removing them.

Díaz-Canel was elected mechanically and unanimously by 605 National Assembly members locked in a room, not by the more than eight million Cubans registered to vote.

My vote on behalf of those who are excludedYariel Valdés GonzálezOctober 27, 2020Washington Blade

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