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classify anew, change the previous classification

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While dismissing the petition, which argued that there was no "rational basis" for the Congress to classify Marijuana under Schedule I, Judge Alkin K Hellerstein said, "By framing their claim in terms of the statutory factors outlined in Section 8 l 2(b) (1), plaintiffs' lawsuit is best understood as a collateral attack on the various administrative determinations not to reclassify marijuana into a different drug schedule.
In 2011, the IRS rolled out the Voluntary Classification Settlement Program (VCSP), which allows employers to voluntarily reclassify workers as employees, which it later modified in December 2012 in Announcement 2012-45.
This shouldn't be a reason not to reclassify, though, because the potential costs only increase as time goes on," she added.
The agency said supporting evidence to reclassify EPPG devices includes a low reporting of serious adverse events to the FDA's Manufacturer and User Facility Device Experience database, as well as a low rate of postmarket recalls.
NASDAQ: SPWRA, SPWRB), a company that designs, manufactures and delivers solar panels and systems, has received approval from the company's stockholders to reclassify all outstanding shares of its Class A common stock and Class B common stock into a single class of common stock on a one-for-one basis.
Home Secretary Jacqui Smith, who has admitted smoking cannabis at university, decided to reclassify the drug because of fears over its impact on the mental health of young people.
The admission came as Berwick's Liberal Democrat MP Sir Alan Beith called on the Government to reclassify the road as a route of national strategic importance.
This is why the LAPD has had to reclassify some of its crime data in recent years.
Attorney General Lockyer has argued that the FMBs fall under the state's legal definition for distilled spirits, and he has pressed the state Board of Equalization and the Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control to reclassify the drinks.
The Government has insisted that the review of the decision to reclassify cannabis, after studies suggested links with mental illness, is not a policy reversal.
The EDD, seldom convinced that the independent contractor classification is correct, often will reclassify the worker as an employee, award UI benefits, then look for other workers who might be reclassified and assess the employer for actual or estimated unpaid withholding of employment and income taxes.
Citing studies linking Viagra use to higher rates of sexually transmitted diseases, city director of STD prevention and control Jeffrey Klausner in August petitioned the Food and Drug Administration to reclassify Viagra, Cialis, and Levitra as Schedule III controlled substances, making them on a par with steroids.
The Countryside Agency is attempting to reclassify the monument as 'unimproved chalk grassland', meaning that it would appear as open countryside on the map.
For the last few years, the EPA has provided extensions to those areas that were unable to meet the deadlines without requiring them to reclassify to the higher pollution level.