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This time around, the big education bill includes not only some charter-friendly stuff, but also a provision that would decertify any teachers union that isn’t receiving dues from 50 percent of its membership.
The head of the United States Olympic Committee, Scott Blackmun, wrote an email to U.S.A. Gymnastics, threatening to decertify the federation if its entire board did not resign by next Wednesday.
The department won’t decertify officers for brutality unless they are convicted of a crime.
Where Trump tried to decertify the Iranian nuclear deal, Bannon will establish diplomatic relations with Tehran just to be able to meet its ambassador and shove any pre-existing agreement into his rear end.
Washington may well decertify the Colombian government as an ally in the drug war.
Meanwhile, Trump is poised next week to decertify Iran’s compliance with a deal limiting its nuclear program, a step that European allies worry would derail the effort to foreclose Iran’s ability to build nuclear weapons.
Staying in the accord but decertifying Iran’s compliance would meet a standard set publicly this week by Defense Secretary Jim Mattis.
But the president hasn’t made a final decision on whether to decertify Iran’s compliance, and if so, under what grounds, the senior official said.
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legal Definition of decertify
- decertified the class action suit
- petitions to decertify the union
decertificationplay \dē-ˌsər-tə-fə-ˈkā-shən\ noun
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