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And if the network becomes crowded locally, first responders simply knock nonpublic servants off the network to ensure communications stay open in an emergency.
Assembly Bill 450, another target of the Trump administration, generally prohibits public and private employers in California from giving federal immigration officers access to nonpublic areas of a work site or employee records without a warrant.
The tweets disclosed nonpublic medical information about Okafor and gossip about Embiid and Fultz.
The accounts in question criticized several of the Sixers’ own players, the team’s coaching staff, and NBA executives, and disclosed nonpublic team information regarding players’ health.
Over a six-year period, Gabaee gave the employee about $1,000 a month in exchange for a lease worth $45 million, nonpublic information and other benefits, according to the criminal complaint.
Several said supervisors had encouraged them to engage with journalists to frame the narrative and shape debate, even if that meant sharing nonpublic information.
Voters approved budgets of $21.02 million for the board of selectmen, $69.15 million for the board of education and $13.19 million for a bundle of farm programs, sewer works, nonpublic schools and debt service.
Industry representatives also urged Congress to pass legislation that would bar EPA from using nonpublic data in crafting regulations.
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