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the apportionment of the estate will happen this Friday
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This extent of partisan bias in Wisconsin’s legislative apportionment became clear in the first election after the current legislative districts were adopted:
Tata Steel and the British Steel Pension Scheme trustees have agreed on key terms of a regulated apportionment arrangement, according to a statement Tuesday.
Olson is right that the drafters and ratifiers of the 16th Amendment thought that, to be exempted from the apportionment requirement, an income tax could reach only net income.
The Constitution doesn’t specifically outline a redistricting process, merely requiring proper apportionment of representatives to constituents.
This was a decision that overturned an Alabama apportionment scheme that had been developed to minimize African-American suffrage.
The 55 delegates to America’s first and so-far-only constitutional convention had hammered out compromises on the separation of powers, apportionment of seats in the legislature and the future of the slave trade.
The school board will adopt a new budget in December, after the state calculates district's apportionment based on the new funding formula approved by the state last month.
The apportionment solution is considered politically unrealistic on an international scale because tax havens don’t want it.
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