“Regulation” in the news
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Publications and example sentences
· Demonstrating 15 contact tracing and other tools built to mitigate the impact of COVID-19 →
It can be incorporated into an existing enterprise app as an API seamlessly allowing compatibility between enterprises and institutions at a global scale while letting the entities adhere to various healthcare-data regulations.
· Commentary: India grapples with COVID-19 migrant worker chaos →
For migrant labourers no longer living in the state where the card was issued, regulations prevent access to subsidies.
· Will black lives ever matter in America? →
Meanwhile, community activists such as Moms Against Action, led by Shannon Watts, and March for Our Lives, founded by some of the students from Parkland, Florida, have seen success in securing gun regulation at a state and city level.
· Australia's record-breaking three decades of economic growth grinds into reverse →
Instead, much of the talk coming from the national capital, Canberra, has involved painting ideas such as cutting corporate regulation and reducing the power of Australia’s already-struggling union movement as solutions to the economic crisis.
· 8 Can’t Wait, explained →
Since any given recommendation on the list is in effect in at least some American cities, all a place needs to do to become an eight-for-eight city is copy some stuff out of other cities’ police regulations.
· Geoffrey Boycott aims dig at BBC as he confirms TMS exit after 14 years →
Boycott added that he was the “wrong age” to be working in confined spaces due to social distancing regulations.
· Protests put spotlight on women of color as potential Biden running mate →
Now some states are even moving to loosen regulations.
· Quanex Building Products Corporation (NX) CEO George Wilson on Q2 2020 Results - Earnings Call Transcript →
They did this in an environment where the rules and regulations seem to change daily.
· Wintrust Financial Corp.: A New 6.875% Fixed-Rate Reset Preferred Stock IPO →
Subject to the approval of the Federal Reserve, at our option, we may redeem shares of the Preferred Stock in whole, but not in part, at any time within 90 days following the occurrence of a regulatory capital treatment event, such as a change or proposed change in law or regulation on or after the date hereof with respect to whether the Preferred Stock would qualify as an additional Tier 1 capital instrument.
· Glamorgan: Mark Wallace optimistic counties will play this summer →
Meanwhile the difference between government regulations for club cricket practice in Wales and England has widened.