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Even there, State Senator Ricardo Lara, an author of the bill, said his legislation would not clear the State Assembly without detailing how expanded coverage would be financed.
The complaints prompted the legislature last year to approve a new contract solicitation with expanded quality controls.
My experiences with the LGBTQ Pride Festivals are so much fun, but are also a source of expanded awareness and activism in matters of the heart, such as civil and human rights.
Jessica Stern, executive director of the global LGBTQ-rights group OutRight Action International, said activists worldwide must keep pressing for expanded rights even when governments resist or delay.
The new, expanded boards would also take over investigating ethics complaints against politicians and violations of lobbying and campaign finance laws.
DeVos said the man's story illustrates the need for expanded access to quality education, particularly for poor and minority students.
Canada has long lobbied for expanded trade and wrapped up its EU trade pact last year.
Pro-surveillance Republicans hope the House will be weak and ditch its bill in favor of the Senate version when they are faced with a looming expiration of the current expanded spying powers.
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