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Climate change disproportionally affects the Arctic, Antarctica and mountain areas, which is highly visible by the loss of ice and snow cover.
The Marijuana Freedom and Opportunity Act takes steps to help communities that have been disproportionally affected by current marijuana laws.
Crisis-affected communities in these areas are disproportionally affected by food insecurity, malnutrition, and disease outbreaks.
Remove outdated requirements, like having chapters publish an annual magazine, which impose unnecessary costs that disproportionally affect smaller chapters.
Tester also successfully urged the Administration last year to exempt many critical Indian Health Service employees from the federal hiring freeze, which disproportionally impacted Native American communities.
Together, we must carry on the suffragists fight for access to the ballot box, and combat the ongoing voter suppression efforts that undermine our democracy and disproportionally disenfranchise communities of color.
The report notes that sectarian violence in Balochistan has disproportionally targeted the Shia Hazara community.
He said that kidney diseases disproportionally affected disadvantaged populations and reduce the number of productive years of life.
"At the moment, the equipment is so dodgy that it can do real harm to community relations." Mr O'Brien, who served in the governments' of Gordon Brown and Tony Blair, citing studies indicating that the technology can "disproportionally" misidentify women and black and minority ethnic people.
Boris Johnson to be the Prime to Rebecca Montacute and Tim Carr, authors of the report, said: "Whilst it is not surprising that many MPs are well educated, these institutions are still disproportionally attended by the better off.
"Many national databases also fail to recognise specific rural poverty drivers that disproportionally affect our area.
With an estimated 600 million cases of food-borne illnesses annually, unsafe food is a threat to human health and economies, disproportionally affecting vulnerable and marginalized people, especially women and children, populations affected by conflict, and migrants.