endangerment


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exposure to possible harm, loss, or injury

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He warns of the extreme of this reasoning: legislative projects targeting abstract endangerment can employ "an infinite regress along the causal chain toward the origin of threats, the heart of darkness.
Lynn had been found guilty of felony child endangerment, but the appeals court ruled that Pennsylvania law at the time did not extend to people who don't directly supervise children.
Chase Joseph, 24, on insurance fraud, theft over $500, and child endangerment.
A police spokesman said: "Essex Police have boarded a passenger plane diverted to Stansted Airport and two men have been arrested on suspicion of endangerment of an aircraft.
The conviction of Lynn for child endangerment was largely tied to the Avery confession.
Those seen to be driving careless with their children must face harsh fines and penalties; after all, reckless endangerment of life is a serious offence.
A New Jersey mother has been charged with child endangerment after allegedly allowing her then five-year-old daughter to join her on a sun bed.
Law enforcement sources said that the police are investigating Aubry for both misdemeanour child endangerment and misdemeanour battery.
In addition to the endangerment finding case, Texas is also challenging a handful of EPA rules aimed at reducing greenhouse gas emissions, such as those from automobile tailpipes.
A move to upend the EPA's evidence-based endangerment findings would dramatically stall progress made in reducing greenhouse gas emissions and jeopardize human health," said APHA Executive Director Georges Benjamin, MD, FACP, FACEP (E).
The state of Texas also filed a legal challenge to the endangerment finding.
For more information regarding EPA's endangerment finding, go to http:// www.
In Proposed Endangerment, the EPA requested comments "on the data on which the proposed findings are based, the methodology used in obtaining and analyzing the data, and major legal interpretations and policy considerations underlying the proposed findings" (EPA 2009a: 18890).
He has been charged with drunk driving and child endangerment by police in Sullivan County, Tennessee.
The decision to not release the endangerment finding and instead prepare an ANPR was, according to a July 18 interview that Burnett had with the House Select Committee on Energy Independence and Global Warming, made by the White House.