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reclassification

noun change, changed ordering of priorities, changed priorities, reallocation, reallotment, reanalysis, reapportionment, rearrangement, reassignment, reassorting, reassortment, reconstitution, redistributing, reestablishment, regradation, regrouping, reorganization, retabulating
Associated concepts: reclassification of job titles
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In 2016, a request to reclassify marijuana was denied by the DEA.
In response to Lockyer's effort to reclassify the FMBs, Assemblyman Greg Aghazarian (R-Stockton) deleted the contents of a bill he had written to allow brewers to host large-scale beer tastings, and inserted new language to protect the tax status of FMBs.
Union members marched outside the Labor Department on June 30 to protest the plan to reclassify millions of workers to make them ineligible for overtime pay.
Fish and Wildlife Service proposed to federally reclassify specified gray wolf populations across 30 states.
The government has yet to decide whether to reclassify cannabis from a class B drug to a class C.
The town never disputed the commissioner's authority to reclassify segments of a highway.
In 1999, the IAU decided not to reclassify Pluto as a denizen of the Kuiper belt (SN: 2/27/99, p.
Bank of Japan (BOJ) Governor Masaru Hayami on Thursday urged Japanese banks to carefully examine the health of debtor companies and reclassify loan claims if necessary to accelerate disposal of bad loans.
Clark and other business owners have been trying to persuade SBA Director Philip Lader to take the Regulatory Flexibility Act and reclassify the "small" definition, adding a "micro" category, which would encompass firms with less than $10 million in revenues and 50 employees.
Finally, the report said businesses that are determined to have misclassified workers as independent contractors would "voluntarily" reclassify such workers as employees, if they could avoid the associated back taxes and penalties.
If appropriate, reclassify an item into another folder.