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a law forbidding the sale of alcoholic beverages

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the period from 1920 to 1933 when the sale of alcoholic beverages was prohibited in the United States by a constitutional amendment

refusal to approve or assent to

the action of prohibiting or inhibiting or forbidding (or an instance thereof)

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SCHOLES ROAD, JACKSON BRIDGE, HOLMFIRTH) (TEMPORARY PROHIBITION OF TRAFFIC) ORDER 2015 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Council of the Borough of Kirklees by reason of works proposed to be carried out on or near the road has made an Order the effect of which will be that no person shall cause or permit any vehicle to proceed in that length of Scholes Road from its junction with Hill Street to its junction with Hepworth Road PROVIDED THAT such prohibition shall not extend to vehicles being used in connection with the works to be carried out on or near the closed length of road or to vehicles requiring access up to the point(s) of the closure.
Linda Zuhan, a former employee of the $14 million IBEW Community Federal Credit Union in Beaumont, Texas, agreed to the prohibition order to "avoid the time and expense of administrative litigation," according to an NCUA media release.
As with alcohol prohibition, the end of marijuana prohibition doesn't mean that anything goes.
Robinson would not permit the reproduction of the text of the letter, but the general trend of it was a prophecy of the liberalising of the Prohibition Enforcement Act.
Such prohibitions speak of the necessity to achieve higher level of trust between people and authorities," the Ombudsman said.
The Eighteenth Amendment to the Constitution, which established Prohibition in 1920, was not repealed until Dec.
THE Drug War is lost; Prohibition has failed just as it did in America between 1919 and 1933.
FORMER defence secretary Bob Ainsworth today called for the Government to consider legalising drugs, saying prohibition has failed to protect the public.
FORMER Defence Secretary Bob Ainsworth is calling for the Government to consider legalising drugs, saying prohibition has failed to protect the public.
02, 2010, SPA -- The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia said that it attaches great importance to the implementation of the Convention of Chemical Weapons Prohibition based on its firm policy aiming at disarmament of all weapons of mass destruction and prohibition of their.
The constitutional prohibition of beverage alcohol in the 1920s emerged in this era not only as the quintessential evangelical Protestant public policy but also, from the standpoint of other confessional traditions, as a particularly reviled state intrusion into private behavior.
Summary: Rabat - The 7th Regional Meeting of National Authorities of States Parties to the Convention on the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (CWC) kicked off Tuesday in Rabat.
Ahmedabad, July 11 (ANI): Rejecting liquor baron Viajy Mallya's suggestion to rethink the state's prohibition policy, the Gujarat government said, that he should look at his liquor business and keep out of state's affairs.
Examining prohibition through the eyes of several authors from different disciplines, this volume concerns itself with government restrictions (or complete outlawing) of the production or sale of certain goods and services.
5 marked the 75th anniversary of America's decision, in 1933, to re-amend the Constitution and set ourselves free from alcohol prohibition, a 13-year failed experiment.