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Amid a nationwide push to arm teachers or add more police officers and armed guards, the AP review suggests that doing so will almost certainly have unintended consequences.
More often discrimination is covert or the unintended consequence of unconscious biases.
Intended to direct more money to higher-quality child-care services, House Bill 2449 could have the unintended consequence of sapping more money from the pot of dollars that is authorized for child care.
Rudd and May both apologized for the unintended consequences to the Windrush generation.
Tank jobs: The latest unintended consequence of mass tanking is about to hit.
But bioengineering and its potential unintended consequences are arguably as scary as any of these things.
One federal move in this area had unintended consequences, says Romano.
In this week's mailbag, a closer look at Notre Dame's two options at quarterback, the magical powers assigned to new strength coaches and the potential unintended consequences of the Olympic model for student-athlete compensation.
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