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On Friday Counihan, of Springlawns, Co Longford, was given a seven-year suspended sentence after Justice Garrett Sheehan said jailing him would impose hardship on his family.
But a great many of the electorate believe the Chancellor is about to make life worse for those on benefits, and impose hardship on the most vulnerable.
The SBA says the measure will leave the vast majority of its customers unaffected, but some local lenders say it will impose hardship on the very loan customers who help drive the economy -- manufacturers and other significant employers.
Bruhn, chairman of the SCRI, and vice president, Tin Mill Products Sales and Marketing for Weirton Steel Corporation, noted, "Times of change, even for the good, can impose hardship on citizens, and the steel industry is proud to be a part of the American commitment to helping in this effort.
The regulations need to take into account individual circumstances that will impose hardships on employees -- a flexible review allowing for exceptions is needed.
Most importantly, it will impose hardships on the very consumers it's meant to protect.
This requirement also would impose hardships on families and would be extremely difficult, perhaps impossible, to enforce.
In a letter to Congress, Army Chief of Staff Pete Schoomaker put it this way: "Without approval of the supplemental funds in April, we will be forced to take increasingly draconian measures which will impact Army readiness and impose hardships on our soldiers and their families.