|age of consent||同意年齢|
|without the consent||同意なしに|
· Tilly's, Inc. (TLYS) CEO Ed Thomas on Q1 2020 Results - Earnings Call Transcript →
We also just launched a new financial accounting system at the beginning of the second quarter to replace our prior system assuming all new store activity is deferred until 2021, which is not guaranteed as required landlord consent.
· Senate passes bill to fix PPP loan program, sends to Trump for signature →
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., asked for a unanimous consent vote Wednesday evening and received no objection hours after Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wisc., objected to its passage because he wanted assurances of changes to be made at a later time to the program.
· Singapore father found guilty of raping daughter twice at knifepoint, judge rejects allegation of consent →
He claimed trial to all charges, alleging that she had initiated and consented to the sexual acts in the wee hours of March 27, 2016.
· George Floyd's death a painful reminder of Chicago's history of police brutality →
While the report led to a consent decree aimed at overhauling practices, implementation has lagged, and the city has met few deadlines, the Chicago Tribune reported.
The Wall Street Journal
· Senate Approves Bill Extending Paycheck Protection Program →
The legislation passed with unanimous consent in the Senate, and passed the House last week 471-1, showing the bipartisan support to improve the Paycheck Protection Program, which was created by Congress in March to help employers struggling to stay open during the coronavirus pandemic.
· Trump lacks the consent of the governed →
There is no evidence that Trump has the consent of the governed.
The New York Times
· Trump's Use of the Insurrection Act May Be a Final Straw for the Military →
Although the statute does not require state consent, it is clearly preferred.
The China Post
· First black Ferguson mayor faces old problem: Protest damage →
A consent agreement requires significant reforms, a process that is expected to continue into at least 2022.
· California’s statehouse is considering a controversial facial recognition bill →
Crucially, the local ACLU chapter says it’s too easy to scan a user’s face without their permission, with no consent required for government agencies and only minimal requirements for businesses.