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not easily borne

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The one-size-fits-all mandates included in CMS updated Requirements of Participation are burdensome for smaller health care providers and threaten to limit options for skilled nursing care in rural areas.
Foreign banks such as HSBC Holdings Plc (LSE: HSBA) and Deutsche Bank AG (NYSE: DB) are of the view that the rules implemented by the Fed to help avoid too-big-to fails from threatening the economy are burdensome.
Requiring an audit by the FDA ombudsman, as well as an assessment of the measurement used to track implementation of the least burdensome requirements;
By eliminating outdated or overly burdensome requirements, hospitals and healthcare professionals can focus on treating patients.
Some proposed changes that came up during testimony included increasing the circumstances under which agencies could charge for records requests and adding a review authority within the attorney general's office that could gauge whether a request is frivolous or overly burdensome.
Whether a company manager considers a measure to be burdensome or not depends to a large extent on the situation of the particular company.
Nearly one in five patients with advanced cognitive and functional impairment who are in their final days of life is subjected to a burdensome, potentially unnecessary transition in health care, such as being moved from a nursing home to a hospital, a report shows.
The rate of burdensome transitions was lowest in Alaska (2%) and highest in Louisiana (37%).
A committee led by Michael Martin, the Speaker, says: "It would be excessively burdensome for Members to have to provide receipts for all transactions.
Thus, it is no longer an answer for nonparties to argue that electronic discovery is per se unduly burdensome.
2) Evidence that is requested and is relevant and not unduly burdensome to produce;
The company's motion opposing the request for records argues that the subpoena is "overbroad, unduly burdensome, vague, and intended to harass," that it risks the disclosure of Google's trade secrets, and that the government could easily make its case with publicly available information.
Borax pointed to the burdensome business environment in California as the primary reason for the move to Denver,'' the letter said.
We simply cannot afford to continue to be encumbered by high legacy issues and burdensome restrictions under current labor agreements that impair our ability to compete.
Despite higher-than-expected numbers of face-to-face audits, the process is still less burdensome than TCMP's rigorous examinations; taxpayers generally have given the NRP positive feedback.