“Appeal” in the news
|court of appeal|
|filed an appeal|
Publications and example sentences
The New York Times
· Appeals Court Blocks White House From Suspending Reporter’s Press Pass →
WASHINGTON — A federal appeals court on Friday blocked the Trump administration from imposing a 30-day suspension on the White House press pass of a reporter for trading caustic and blustering comments with Sebastian Gorka, a right-wing commentator who worked briefly in the White House, after an event in the Rose Garden last year.
· Holder and Boynton are "Mad as %#^& and they aren't going to take it" →
Now, Holder said they will appeal.
· Trump opens Atlantic sanctuary to commercial fishing →
Trump signed a proclamation on opening the area during a visit to Maine in his latest move to appeal to working class and blue collar workers in an election year by touting regulatory rollbacks that he says can restore jobs and economic activity.
· Buy Sir Richard Branson's Forced Selling Of Virgin Galactic Before It Opens Bookings Again →
However, for those investors with a high risk tolerance, and a long-term time horizon, getting exposure to future space commercialization at a sub $3.5B valuation can have its appeal.
· A Healthy Yield From A Healthy Enough Company: Aviva →
One of the main appeals for retail investors is Aviva's juicy dividend yield.
· TaxProper raises $2M to automate getting your property taxes lowered →
If you disagree with how much you’re paying in property taxes, you can appeal the assessment.
· Centrelink was warned robodebts could be inaccurate more than four years ago →
Warren, who took the department to the Administrative Appeals Tribunal, said the documents showed its approach to risk management was “fundamentally flawed”.
· Donald Trump touts racial equality while referring to COVID-19 as 'China plague' →
The timing of the increased use of “China plague” coincides with the launch of “Asian Americans for Trump” last week, a bid to appeal to the Asian American electorate, which Trump failed to capture in the last election cycle.
· What do Oklahoma State Penalties Mean for Wolfpack? →
It should also be noted that unlike Oklahoma State, which immediately appealed the sanctions handed down on Friday, the decision of the IARP is final and binding, with no ability for redress.
The New York Times
· North Carolina Primary Election Results: Ninth House District →
Representative Dan Bishop, a Republican, is running to keep the seat he narrowly won just six months ago in a special election that became a test of President Trump's appeal in the suburbs.