Definition of adjournment
1 : the act of adjourning adjournment of a meeting
2 : the state or interval of being adjourned a brief adjournment
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Over that time, 67.4 percent of cases involving white people resulted in ACD [adjournment in contemplation of dismissal], while 56.7 percent of cases involving black people and 59.2 percent of cases involving Hispanic people ended in ACD.
At this point, lawmakers are entertaining the idea that no plan will be passed by the annual adjournment deadline, July 10.
Trustee Ray Jarrett left Township Hall shortly after the adjournment, while Ostmann stayed behind to answer questions from reporters.
Kotek and Hass are trying to muster enough momentum, including at least one Republican vote in each chamber, to push the bill through before adjournment.
The House began the day by approving a resolution to call the General Assembly back into special session on the budget after its mandatory regular session adjournment deadline.
A relatively routine Portage Common Council meeting Tuesday night collapsed into name-calling, finger-pointing, a sudden adjournment, accusations of grandstanding and intervention by police.
The adjournment is set for midnight Wednesday, but lawmakers will continue working in the coming weeks in special session in an attempt to pass the state budget before the end of the fiscal year on June 30.
Looking to advance the legislation to the Senate floor in time for votes before Wednesday's adjournment, senators pushed the measure through the committee.
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