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Further, the parents refusing vaccines because of safety/side effects concerns dropped from 73.
Compared with having done nothing, having apologised also boosted self-esteem somewhat - but refusing to say sorry had a more powerful benefit on self-worth.
This is accepted by the club in that the charge against Carlos was not one of refusing to play, it was momentarily refusing to resume warming up.
The official policy of Cingular Wireless details the cost of refusing to pay an illegal tax; the company, a 2005 policy document says, must "report to the IRS any customers who refuse to pay.
By refusing to give up her seat on a bus one evening in 1955, she helped spark the modern civil rights movement.
For one thing, the plaintiffs ignore the fact that any state can escape all regulation simply by refusing the money.
When his Minnesota employer fired him for refusing to fill birth control prescriptions in that state, he wouldn't leave the building until the police finally dragged him away.
Fundamentalist Christian pharmacists across the country are increasingly refusing to fill certain prescriptions, arguing they have a religious freedom right to avoid dispensing any medications that they believe fosters immorality.
The court noted that the officers were disciplined for refusing to assist in the investigation and to deter other officers from similarly refusing to assist in investigations.
This rash of federal court cases moved the Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press to launch a petition drive in support of a number reporters facing court sanctions for refusing to obey court orders to reveal their sources.
And with or without managed care, are there some criteria for refusing to accept a patient that are ethical and others that or not?