If 12 years are so vital for elected officials to gain the "necessary" experience, why extend legislative term limits
but not statewide office limits
Conversely, the party supplying additional insured coverage must be sure that: (a) all defense costs are paid "outside" of the limits
of liability; or (b) its defense obligation is capped at a reasonable amount.
This is essentially the same result that occurs, for example, if either shareholder faces a loss limit
due to insufficient basis or the PAL rules in S status; unused S losses or excess PALs also carry forward for use against future income.
The eligible compensation limit
in 2006 was $220,000.
Such a term limits
defeat may seem remarkable considering the waves of term limits
fervor that rolled across the country during the 1990s.
She says that's why many countries are able to set limits
lower than Canada's proposed limits
It is unwise to afford lower limits
than the insured needs.
You might, for example, set target prices for some or all of the stocks you own and place limit
orders at those levels.
Even if you believe it is intrinsically good to shuffle the decks in the legislatures every couple of years, term limits
have been, at most, a partial success.
are a potent populist expression of the perception that we are not being governed by our consent.
For instance, Fay notes, OSHA cited no scientific studies to justify its new limits
on vegetable-oil mists or fumes from aluminum welding.
You see, just keeping track of when you exceed your limits
doesn't do much for you--by that time you've already produced sand that isn't within specification.