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LEGAL

A computerized database maintained by the NYSE to keep track of enforcement actions, audits, and complaints against member firms. This term is not an acronym but is referred to in capitals.

LEGAL

A New York Stock Exchange data bank of enforcement actions, investor complaints, and member audits.

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What he found instead was a morass of city rules supposedly designed to provide incentives to legalize residential apartments that had been illegally created - usually by the occupants - in manufacturing buildings.
The re-releases of Legalize It (1976) and Equal Rights (1977) coincide with the 40th anniversary birthday in March 2011 of NORML (National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws, based in Washington, DC).
Talking to those people at the statehouse made me realize that as the fight to legalize same-sex marriage continues, the voices of gay youths need to be heard.
They merely point out that at present there is no push to legalize polygamy.
Bush to enact a plan to legalize millions of undocumented immigrants, including an estimated 2 million who live in Southern California.
E[acute accent]"Unfortunately, once again the California Legislature will be asked to consider a bill to legalize physicians assisting patients to commit suicide.
The amendment is not about 'hearing the people,' but rather finding a politically rational way to legalize that which is illegal and unconstitutional.
At the same time, the Supreme Judicial Court in Massachusetts is weighing a lawsuit that seeks to legalize same-sex marriages, claiming that marriage to the partner of one's choice is "protected by the liberty and due process clauses of the Massachusetts Constitution.
BOSTON -- National Greyhound advocates today blasted advertisements by the Arizona Race Track Alliance as "insincere and deceptive", and vowed to defeat any attempt to legalize video slot machines at Arizona dog tracks at the ballot box.
It is ironic that despite plans aimed at reducing the suicide rate in the general population, efforts to legalize physician-assisted suicide continue around the country.
It was the first country in the world to legalize it (in 1920), the result of its libertine ideology of destroying what it described as the "bourgeois" family structure.
Just as legalizing sodomy has the potential to legalize incest, criminalizing it, as Santorum's recent remarks implied, has the potential to criminalize adultery.