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The document also sets guidelines for building heights, sidewalk widths, and types of housing and businesses.
Second, President Trump signed an executive order on religious liberty, resulting in excellent subsequent guidelines issued by Attorney General Jeff Sessions.
Those issues were at the heart of a Jan. 31 LCUSD discussion held to capture the experiences of parents, teachers and students as the district revises its homework policy and guidelines for the first time in 15 years.
About 35 percent of students are classified as low income under federal guidelines, the Winsteads say.
Perhaps learning from NextDoor, which had a fairly serious racial bias and harassment problem early in its development, Google has outlined strenuous community guidelines for Bulletin.
Tippy said the county wants to develop guidelines for the unincorporated areas, especially the large swaths in the southern portion of the county, that match the surrounding municipalities' plans for that area.
The industry is not doing enough to maintain basic safety guidelines for these performers.
Becerra said his office intended to issue more comprehensive guidelines later this week.
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