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Jeff Schoen submitted his request to the city Wednesday, seeking a deferral until the commission's Sept. 12 meeting.
The $1.5 billion contribution deferral is effectively a loan to employers from the PERS fund, one that accrues interest at 7.5 percent a year.
The court order established a board of judges made up of representatives of the various courts, who will not be compensated, and will make accreditation decisions, grant waivers and deferrals, and hear noncompliance appeals.
PA 34 (HB 4219): Expand the sentencing deferral and eligibility for dismissal for victims of human trafficking.
Under the DACA program, more than 750,000 Dreamers across the U.S. - about 4,000 of whom live in Alabama, according to Hoover immigration lawyer Jeremy Love - have received renewable, two-year immigration enforcement deferrals.
His inconsistent positioning and deferral to Dempsey is an issue, as is the Sounders' overall lack of sustained attacking chemistry.
Several major projects have requested a deferral of one month, so City Council’s agenda on Monday is a bit lighter than normal.
The deferral provision has incentivized U.S. companies to amass more than $2.6 trillion in untaxed profit overseas, according to an estimate by Congress’s Joint Committee on Taxation.
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