begun more than a decade ago that has worked well is the advance pricing agreement (APA) program.
Unveiled last summer, the initiative
will help bring basic training in environmental health to medical and nursing education by fostering curriculum development, faculty leadership, and incentives for teaching on the subjects of environmental health and pesticides.
This will help employees choose to participate in the new initiative
or simply get out of the way.
Shortly after the dissolution of the Warsaw Pact, President William Clinton established a small policy initiative
in Central and Eastern Euro e.
For the third time in less than a decade, California was fighting an initiative
war over campaign finance reform, but this time, the reformers' main foes were not the intractible, well-heeled architects of the status quo.
When Phil Marble went door to door in Bellevue and Seattle, Washington, last fall soliciting support for Referendum 48, a sweeping statewide property rights initiative
, he used his own experience to get people's attention.
Backed by Industry to Streamline Purchasing Process and Help Prevent Unsuitable Sales
President Bush's faith-based and community initiative
is deeply rooted in America's heartland," Towey maintained during a press conference announcing his departure.
With exception of the Son of Boss shelter, taxpayers not agreeing with the initiative
offer have been able to come to Appeals through the traditional channels, and we resolve based on their individual facts.
No one initiative
will carry the day; they will all have to succeed.
Former Assembly speaker Bob Hertzberg, D-Van Nuys, was supposed to weigh in on the merits of the California ballot initiative
system in a debate Friday morning with Assemblyman Keith Richman, R-Northridge, Democratic consultant Joe Cerrell and moderator Tracy Rafter, Daily News publisher and CEO.
The United States now has a window of opportunity to seize the initiative
with India, to build bonds and habits of cooperation that will stand the test of time.