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The committee called on municipalities to place all cafes and shops that serve beverages under the scanner and bring to book those who flout the rules.
A senior Cardiff councillor has admitted more needs to be done to crack down on the "hard core" which continues to flout the controversial St Mary Street and High Street scheme.
How, when a woman's right to treat her body as she wants is sacrosanct, can she flout a man's right to do the same?
On July 28, Americans United swung into action again and filed another complaint with the IRS charging that Falwell was effectively urging other churches to flout federal tax law.
Almost every traditional Irish step dancer is a furtive patriot who offers a mockingly demure, seemingly subservient front--then gleefully flouts it.
Today's decision flouts this agreement and the NTSB mandate by putting heavy aircraft maintenance into the hands of private repair stations whose employees are not subject to the same licensing requirements, background security checks, and drug and alcohol testing, as mechanics employed by Alaska Air," said AMFA Region I Director Louie Key.
In its brief filed with the court last month, the ACLJ contends the "flat ban on political donations by minors flouts several constitutional norms relevant to laws affecting associational freedoms and expression.
In its brief filed with the Supreme Court, the ACLJ contends the "flat ban on political donations by minors flouts several constitutional norms relevant to laws affecting associational freedoms and expression.