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Passed in 1996, Prop 209 echoes the Civil Rights Act of 1964 in attempting to outlaw discrimination or the granting of preferences by the State of California on the basis of "race, sex, color, ethnicity, or national origin.
People who inherit two copies become supertasters, grimacing and gagging in response to a solution of PROP.
Jeffrey Singer, a Phoenix-area surgeon who was a spokesman for Arizona's Prop.
DWR and SWRCB staff will provide a summary of the process of leading to the proposed Prop 50, Step 2, IRWM preliminary funding recommendations.
Mathews told us, and incident reports we read confirmed, that one of the most common causes of expensive prop damage is leaving the tow bar on and having it hit by the prop.
409A, the specific time or schedule of times must be fixed and objectively determinable at the time of the original deferral of compensation, under Prop.
Various airport tenants who house and service prop planes have wanted to get into the growing jet market, but they've been unable to win community support and airport approvals.
To cut its own deficit, the state government has reduced aid to local government--aid it began providing in the aftermath of Prop.
74) [section] 403(a)(8), Gulf Opportunity Zone Act of 2005; Prop.