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Recommendation: To improve CBP's ability to identify foreign firms with violative histories, the CBP Commissioner should ensure that the Automated Commercial Environment (ACE) is able to accept a unique identification number for foreign firms that export FDA-regulated foods.
Class II--A situation in which use of, or exposure to, a violative product may cause temporary or medically reversible adverse health consequences or where the probability of serious adverse health consequences is remote.
The use of criminal profiling as a means to identify students at risk for violence could be violative of students' constitutional rights.
The district court dismissed the case, finding the regulations were not facially violative of the prisoners' First Amendment rights.
The act was designed to address fraudulent or criminal as well as acts which are violative of some real, discernible public policy impacting upon the public health, safety, welfare, or environmental protection.
S to remove this "illegal export subsidy," as violative of WTO agreements.
Scopes III--the Louisiana creationism case of 1987--went all the way to the Supreme Court, where the justices voted seven to two that the act requiring public school teachers to teach "creation-science" is "facially invalid as violative of the Establishment Clause of the First Amendment, because it lacks a clear secular purpose" and that the act "impermissibly endorses religion by advancing the religious belief that a supernatural being created humankind.
5, Issue 5) that CPSC Chairman Ann Brown and first lady Hillary Rodham Clinton conducted a news conference at which they unveiled a legislative proposal to increase the amounts of civil penalties and address the issue of alleged non-reporting of violative products by manufacturers and retailers.
insurance company pay a claim under or otherwise service such a violative policy without first contacting OFAC for a specific license, which may or may not be granted depending on the circumstances.
A lower court in Cincinnati, Ohio, recently threw out one of the municipality's suits as violative of the law.
The Institute urged the Court to reject California's covert attempt to tax the income as violative of due process.
Belts, chains, spittle, and piss will not be contemptuous enough--one fist, not violative enough.