refuse to authorize

See: forbid
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Relying on private policy manuals, health insurance policy benefit managers (PBMs) without medical training may refuse to authorize treatments that are recommended by professional societies as the standard of care.
If both houses of Congress back the president's request then the responsibility will be joint among them, but if they refuse to authorize military action, then the president can say that he wanted to conduct a strike but that Congress stopped him.
Deputy Prime Minister Samir Mouqbel said Friday that Sleiman was right to refuse to authorize the decree.
Can we refuse to authorize her requests for days off when she calls in with excuses involving her grandchildren?
We will strongly encourage the committee to respect the Constitution and refuse to authorize public funding for churches," Lynn said.
Patients have the right to sue insurers that refuse to authorize medically necessary treatment, the.
Mandatory indemnification and advancement of expenses addresses concerns that, in the event of a takeover or other change of control, the new board or other decision-makers will refuse to authorize indemnification or advancement of expenses in a subsequent proceeding," Waryjas explains.
For example, managed care plans often refuse to authorize physical therapy for people with chronic conditions because such therapy would only maintain rather than improve functions.
For example, they may refuse to authorize physical therapy in MS in the belief that "medical necessity" requires the restoration or improvement of function.
There's also Curfew Extender, which allows a teenager to add an hour on to her curfew time, with a list of limitations that includes the right of the issuer to refuse to authorize use of the card due to wild parties or outfits deemed inappropriate.
The source said Finance Minister Mohammad Safadi has made it clear he will refuse to authorize additional expenditures beyond the $6.