I am urging all schools to reintroduce stricter
dress codes and uniforms as this will help to remove the element of competition between pupils to dress fashionably.
The new federal regulations do set a stricter
standard in one key respect.
measures are expected to be demanded for airlines under the new alert levels, such as checking the carry-on luggage of more passengers, the sources said.
Under the new program, the classification of loans to large borrowers will be standardized among lenders, the assessment criteria for loans requiring special attention will be stricter
, and a new discounted cash flow (DCF) valuation method will be introduced for the calculation of loan-loss provisions.
Another factor that will undermine street market sales over the next couple of years is stricter
enforcement of consumer protection regulations.
China needs to clean up fuels, implement stricter
tailpipe emissions standards, adopt aggressive fuel economy standards and introduce hybrid-electric and fuel cell vehicles," he says.
However, that law left room for individual states to impose stricter
One example is California, where a handful of proposals call for regulations stricter
than those in Gramm-Leach-Bliley, including some that target an "opt-in" approach, in which information can't be disclosed unless consumers take affirmative steps to agree, rather than the "opt-out" requirement in the act.
An amendment to a fiscal 2001 spending law calls for stricter
guidelines on the quality of information distributed by federal agencies to be implemented by October 2002.
The European Commission this week backed proposals to bring in stricter
controls on noisy planes and reduce noise at the worst affected airports in the EU.
While recruiting patients to a study of bipolar disorder in children using the stricter
DSM-IV criteria, investigators compared data on 21 children accepted into the study with data on 37 children being treated for a diagnosis of bipolar disorder who were excluded from the study because they had a history of episodic illness.
In an attempt to make New York City construction sites safer for both workers and passersby, several industry organizations have called for a stricter
enforcement of construction safety regulations and a creation of a special task force, charged with overseeing safety conditions at sites around the City.
A string of recent mining disasters have led officials to order the closure of all mines in a handful of southern provinces and to impose stricter
safety standards across the country.
The move was coupled with news that the Government is lifting stricter
controls on gas power stations and approving six schemes worth a potential pounds 2 billion in spending, creating thousands of new jobs.
The suit was brought by two Long Island butchers who had been following the kosher guidelines of the Conservative branch of Judaism, but were fined repeatedly for not adhering to the stricter
Orthodox roles endorsed by the state government.