Examples of liberalize in a Sentence
The country's immigration policies have begun to liberalize.
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Democrats could in exchange agree to liberalize the insurance markets—e.g., by repealing the individual or employer mandates, or allowing more flexibility on state waivers.
The liberalizing trend has accelerated recently as Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, the heir to the throne, has taken up its banner.
Another sign, a larger-than-life Russian passport, was held by an attendee hoping to liberalize border crossing rules between Russia and Estonia.
If that were the case, then Cuba’s move to liberalize travel would be a brilliant one in the age of Trump, and certainly, decades overdue.
That will require improving accountability and liberalizing overregulated service industries in order to foster greater competition and investment.
Belarus liberalized its visa regime early this year, giving visa-free entry to a number of European countries.
Since the Affordable Care Act liberalized qualifying standards, the ranks of Oregonians on the program for the low-income have swelled from 600,000 to more than a million, or one in four.
In January 2013, Cuba liberalized its migratory policies by doing away with a reviled exit visa and permitting Cubans to travel and stay abroad for up to two years without losing their rights as Cuban citizens.
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