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ordinances

Municipal laws.

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ISLAMABAD -- The Punjab Assembly (PA) witnessed presentation of 11 ordinances amid low attendance of lawmakers on Thursday during 2nd sitting of its ongoing 16th session, says press release issued by Free and Fair Election Network (FAFEN)
Moreover, three days have been given to SHOs to enforce the Punjab Sound System (regulation) Ordinance 2015.
ISLAMABAD, June 29 -- State Minister for Law, Justice and Parliamentary Affairs Mehreen Anwar Raja laid down eight ordinances on behalf of the government before the National Assembly on Monday.
The Hazelton immigration ordinance trial ended in March.
The decision means the 13 hotels along the Century Boulevard corridor will not have to raise worker pay yet, and the business community -- which has opposed to the ordinance -- can postpone plans to gather signatures for a new referendum on the law.
Two weeks later, on December 20, Baltimore Mayor John Barry Mahool signed into law the so-called West Segregation Ordinance, named after its sponsor in City Council Samuel L.
15 /PRNewswire/ -- Only bars and restaurants covered by a comprehensive smoke-free ordinance experienced significant reductions in harmful air pollutants, according to a study released today by the Minnesota Partnership for Action Against Tobacco (MPAAT).
As your real estate property becomes older, building codes and ordinance change to reflect new standards for construction.
The city of San Francisco has announced the adoption of a green building ordinance that requires all new construction projects, including city-owned and leased facilities, to achieve Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Silver certification from the U.
is developing a centralized national ordinance tracking database to provide standardized information on alarm ordinances and policies relating to the alarm industry.
C&D diversion programs can range from providing a how-to-brochure and list of processing facilities, to strong enforcement of a minimum diversion level by ordinance.