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That request has turned into a fight that's spread into Metro Council, where 14 members – a majority – have now signed on to a nonbinding resolution calling on the district to reject the west Louisville plant's proposal.
Any recommendation the task force makes will be nonbinding, said Bill Novack, director of Naperville's Transportation, Engineering and Development department.
The law also states that any referendum voted on by the citizens of Atlantic City would be nonbinding, a provision of the takeover law that civil rights attorneys say clashes with other state laws and are prepared to challenge.
The majority of shareholders did, however, reject such executive compensation plans—in a nonbinding vote.
Abbott’s veto of the environmental programs was made possible by a nonbinding opinion from Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton that expanded the governor’s veto authority.
That's the question of the day after Puerto Ricans voted overwhelmingly for statehood during a nonbinding weekend referendum.
Puerto Rican voters endorsed a nonbinding referendum for statehood Sunday, but low turnout suggested that the island’s more than three million inhabitants are split on the best path out of the territory’s economic crisis.
The nonbinding agreement is irredeemably draconian.
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- a nonbinding referendum
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