Each chapter contains long excerpts of codes or treaties that legislate against
religious discrimination, including some that are not specifically worded to address the issue.
But isn't a government expected to legislate against
With regards to the mistake over the Navy laptop, Foreign Secretary David Miliband has said it is impossible to legislate against
In short, you cannot legislate against
human error or malpractice.
In a world where we are led to believe that youth is everything, and in a year when we had to legislate against
ageism, the Oscars proved that age is no deterrent to screen greatness.
Unfortunately, they are no basis for the Scottish Football Association or any other powers-that-be to legislate against
Yet, although the Liberal governments of 1868 and 1880 took up aspects of land and parliamentary reform, especially in Ireland, Mr Gladstone resolutely refused to legislate against
the power of the House of Lords, however obstructive it was to other Liberal measures of reform.
Texas wildlife officials are unprepared to legislate against
Underwood's unprecedented proposal, but said they may mold existing laws to regulate Internet hunting.
This draft Directive, agreed at the Social Affairs Council on December 7, completes a four-part package of measures to legislate against
harmful agents at work - the others being exposure to noise, mechanical vibration, and electro-magnetic fields and waves.
The vulnerability is total now, the helplessness so far beyond repair that no one even makes the effort; one might as well legislate against
"Any attempt by government to legislate against
smoking in pubs, clubs and restaurants will be strongly resisted."
Her recommendation that teachers be aware of alternative (or relational) aggressions is on the mark considering how much pain they cause and how they may color later development, but her suggestion that the state legislate against
common, nonviolent youth behaviors seems a bit extreme.