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At that time, Sutton said, there was no book or volume to describe how the epidemic had disproportionately affected the black community.
The team found that Scots men, who were aged 40-60 in the 80s, were disproportionately vulnerable.
MP Phillipson "The threat of the impending cuts to public services will not only impact disproportionately on women in the workplace, but also in their communities as we see the loss of essential public services such as Sure Start, nursery places, free school milk, and older people's home closures.
Brown has signalled Labour's strategy will highlight the Conservatives as the party ideologically driven towards faster and deeper public spending cuts, which would disproportionately hurt working class and less advantaged voters.
Diseases highlighted in the report--including cancer, diabetes, heart disease and stroke--are among those that disproportionately affect African-Americans in Mississippi.
Our children suffer disproportionately from obesity and Type 2 diabetes thanks to No.
The quantifiable costs of complying with Sarbanes-Oxley, which do not include lost productivity due to compliance efforts, have proven much higher than originally estimated by the SEC and are disproportionately higher for smaller issuers relative to their revenues and net income.
to fund efforts aimed at recruiting leaders of Black, Hispanic, Asian, and Native American organizations into the radical environmental agenda, even though the negative impact of the regulatory and tax consequences of that agenda will disproportionately harm those ethnic groups.
Analysis of nationwide data on lending practices has consistently shown that people of color, particularly Black and Latino prospective homeowners, are disproportionately targeted for high-interest-rate subprime loans and are the overwhelming majority of victims in this type of fraud.
Together, these new requirements disproportionately impact those citizens who have been historically marginalized in the political process: women, low-income people, members of ethnic and racial minorities, youth, people with disabilities and seniors.
NACo started with a non-representative sample by focusing on county-run hospitals, facilities of last resort that disproportionately treat pooh uninsured patients.
CAFOs are disproportionately sited in communities of color and areas of poverty.