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The film ends reminding the viewer that in the hour it took to watch it, six families had been kicked out of their homes, 60 people were arrested for Pass Law violations and 60 children have died of malnutrition.
Obviously, representatives in your Calabasas have enough courage and concern for their constituents to pass laws protecting the health of restaurant workers and patrons, as well as other in other businesses.
Human cloning, he believes, is inevitable, and states should, therefore, pass laws regulating cloning to protect the children produced.
If Utah can't pass laws prohibiting Internet gambling, it will have lost a large measure of its ability to define what people in this part of the country consider to be proper conduct.
They would also require countries to pass laws similar to America's Digital Millennium Copyright Act, which bans "circumvention" of technological barriers to copying.
Now, having said that, states ought to be able to have the right to pass laws that enable people to be able to have rights like others.
Sekula-Gibbs of the dermatology department of Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, and the Texas Dermatology Society helped pass laws to regulate tanning parlors in Texas.
A federal advisory committee said in its recently released report that Congress should pass laws to protect Americans' civil liberties when the government sifts through computer records and data files for information about terrorists.
Such concerns have led some countries--such as Sweden--to pass laws separating church and state, in most Anglo-Saxon countries, a strong tradition of tolerance and respect has led to the full acceptance of all kinds of religious practices.
The first part would authorize the Legislature to pass laws determining limits on noneconomic damages for providers of medical or health care.
Then there has to be an infrastructure of companies producing vegan products in order to generate money for advertising (such as Silk from White Wave on National Public Radio), pressure on distributors and stores to carry more vegan products, influence on regulators and legislators to pass laws that favor the industry, and other economies of scale.