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Some of the centers have been confirmed to be vacated, though some overseas Uighurs have said relatives remain detained or missing.
APPLE IS LOBBYING AGAINST A BILL AIMED AT STOPPING FORCED LABOR IN CHINAREED ALBERGOTTINOVEMBER 20, 2020WASHINGTON POST
When Cruz’s lawyers learned of the judge’s illness nearly a year later, they filed papers to have her decision vacated, arguing it was clear she had been impaired.
NEW YORK COURT OFFICIALS COMPLETE RARE REVIEW OF CASES HANDLED BY JUDGE FORCED INTO RETIREMENT BY DEMENTIABY JOE SEXTONNOVEMBER 20, 2020PROPUBLICA
More than a dozen officers have been charged and convicted in federal court, and hundreds of criminal cases brought by the officers have been dropped or vacated.
BALTIMORE APPROVES MORE THAN $10 MILLION IN NEW POLICE SETTLEMENTSJUSTIN FENTONNOVEMBER 18, 2020WASHINGTON POST
He won the 78th District seat vacated by Assemblyman Todd Gloria, who was elected mayor.
SACRAMENTO REPORT: 5 QUESTIONS FOR SAN DIEGO’S NEW ASSEMBLYMANVOICE OF SAN DIEGONOVEMBER 13, 2020VOICE OF SAN DIEGO
After vacating her House seat in Southern California, it flipped back to red in a special election and was up for grabs again last week, when Democrat Christy Smith challenged the Republican incumbent Mike Garcia.
CAL CUNNINGHAM LOST. KATIE HILL RESIGNED. ARE WE STILL PUT OFF BY SEX SCANDALS?LISA BONOSNOVEMBER 12, 2020WASHINGTON POST
The video app on Tuesday asked a court to intervene and give it more time to reach a deal with the government, saying in a filing that it wants the divestment order to be vacated.
TIKTOK SALE DEADLINE IS THURSDAY, BUT A PROPOSED DEAL HASN’T MOVED FORWARDRACHEL LERMAN, JEANNE WHALENNOVEMBER 11, 2020WASHINGTON POST
That decision vacated a key provision in the Voting Rights Act that had required that jurisdictions with a history of discriminatory voting practices, including Texas, get the federal government’s approval before changing their election rules.
MORE PEOPLE HAVE ALREADY VOTED IN TEXAS THAN DID IN 2016NICOLE NAREAOCTOBER 30, 2020VOX
“This letter serves as 30-day notice to vacate the program,” it read.
DOMESTIC VIOLENCE SURVIVORS SAY THEY WERE KICKED OUT BY THE HOUSING PROGRAM THAT PROMISED TO HELP THEMRACHEL CHASON, KATIE METTLEROCTOBER 30, 2020WASHINGTON POST
However, if a private property owner, store manager or in this case, election official needed assistance in having a person vacate a premise, we would enforce a trespassing violation.
MARYLAND MAN ARRESTED AFTER TRYING TO VOTE WITHOUT A MASK HAS SUED, SAYING RIGHTS WERE VIOLATEDOVETTA WIGGINS, ERIN COXOCTOBER 29, 2020WASHINGTON POST
In District A, which covers University City and Clairemont, Sabrina Bazzo and Crystal Trull are running for an open seat being vacated by John Lee Evans.
TEACHERS UNION IS THE ONLY BIG SPENDER IN SAN DIEGO UNIFIED SCHOOL BOARD RACESWILL HUNTSBERRYOCTOBER 26, 2020VOICE OF SAN DIEGO
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WORDS RELATED TO VACATED

  • vacated
  • void
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