federalise


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Synonyms for federalise

put under the control and authority of a federal government

enter into a league for a common purpose

unite on a federal basis or band together as a league

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Council chiefs are proposing to close Ysgol Pontfadog and federalise the other two schools in the Ceiriog Valley - Ysgol Cynddelw at Glyn Ceiriog and Llanarmon DC.
In security, a Securicor subsidiary is in the process of calling time on airport operations, following the US government's decision to federalise airport security after September 11.
Another way to encourage long term investment is to federalise the current laws so that all the emirates can operate under one set of regulations and not have to make retrospective changes, Maclean added.
Wrexham County Borough Council chiefs are currently consulting over proposals to close Ysgol Pontfadog and federalise the other two schools in the Ceiriog Janet
The new Canadian legislation will expand restricted zones at airports to include control towers and allow police access to all passenger information, but will not federalise airport security or create an air marshal programme, such as has occurred in the USA.
Llais Gwynedd gained 13 seats on Gwynedd Council in last month's local government election with a promise to oppose Plaid Cymru's policy to close 29 rural schools and federalise another 50.
Louisiana governor Kathleen Blanco has refused to federalise National Guard troops and has hired James Lee Witt, the Clinton administration's FEMA director, as an advisor.
The five options are to continue the status quo, close Llanddona and move pupils to Beaumaris (saving PS91,000 a year), or to Llangoed (saving PS101,000), close both Llanddona and Llangoed and move children to Beaumaris (saving PS250,000) or to federalise the schools.