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to place a limit on

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Despite this special need for discipline, when law enforcement agencies have attempted to restrict the off-duty relationships of an officer with a private citizen rather than a co-worker, the courts have supported, in most cases, the officer's claim that the restriction constitutes an unconstitutional intrusion into his or her rights of privacy and freedom of association.
Founder of the intensely anti-government International Advocates for Health Freedom, Hammell points a finger at greedy international pharmaceutical empires working hand in hand with the UN and the FDA to restrict access to low-cost herbs, vitamins and minerals around the world.
For any type of vehicle, Santa Clarita city law restricts parking on city streets to a maximum of 72 hours at a stretch and prohibits it during particular hours in some areas, but there is no citywide ordinance restricting RV parking in residential neighborhoods.
The law, part of the Communications Decency Act of 1996, requires cable operators to completely block sex-oriented channels to people who are not subscribers, or to restrict their broadcasting to ``adult'' hours between 10 p.
So why did Quackenbush suddenly decide to restrict the FAIR Plan to about 3 percent of the market while the insurance industry supported a 6 percent cap?
Paula Kaufman at Columbia University in New York City read this as a new attempt by the government to restrict public access to unclassified research.