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Fire

Somewhat informal; to terminate the employment of an employee. An employee may be fired for cause, such as for sexual harassment or absenteeism, or, in many cases, without cause. A fired employee is often eligible to collect unemployment insurance for a certain period of time.
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Release date- 03092019 - BOSTON - A Dublin, New Hampshire man was stopped by Transportation Security Administration (TSA) officers on Monday, September 2, with a loaded firearm in his carry-on bag at Boston Logan International Airport.
'The firearm safe-keeping guidelines are very clear that if you have a firearm at your house, it must be stored in a locked safe mounted to the wall and/or floor and you may not leave your firearm in a vehicle upon disembarking from it, as the firearm might be stolen if the vehicle is broken into,' Kanguatjivi said .
Handguns were the most commonlyreported principal firearm across offences in 2018/19 - with 2,701 recorded.
CBP announced that it intercepted and seized an illicit shipment containing about 5,600 firearm parts from China at the Los Angeles and Long Beach seaport complex.
When an individual shows up at a checkpoint with a firearm, the checkpoint lane comes to a standstill until the police resolve the incident.
24 units of firearms seized on territory of Atambayev's house General Prosecutor's Office AKIPRESS.COM - The law enforcement bodies seized 24 various firearms on the territory of the house of Almazbek Atambayev, the General Prosecutor's Office reported.
Data from several sources were merged from each of the 50 states to model domestic and nondomestic firearm homicide as a function of state-level household firearm ownership.
The company has long been respected for its Western replica pistols, shotguns, single-action rifles and black-powder firearms, and seeks the same success with its modern-day firearms.
PNP orders recall of Erwin Tulfo's firearms !-- -- (Philstar.com) - June 7, 2019 - 3:26pm MANILA, Philippines The Philippine National Police ordered the recall of radio personality Erwin Tulfo's firearms as his license to possess these have already expired.
In an application filed at the High Court through lawyer Danstan Omari, Barasa says, 'It is my earnest opinion that the reasons for the refusal to renew my firearm and further confiscate my firearm are politically motivated and a bid to exert influence and pressure against me.'
Under Republic Act 10591, otherwise known as the 'Comprehensive Firearms and Ammunition Regulation Act', there are generally two instances when a firearms-
A study of firearm homicide and suicide rates in the 10 years after California simultaneously mandated comprehensive background checks (CBC) for nearly all firearm sales and a prohibition on gun purchase and possession via misdemeanor violence policies (MVP) found no change in the rates of either cause of death from firearms through 2000.