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impact and noncompliance
As e-commerce sales have grown in recent years, noncompliance with use tax has had a growing impact on state revenues.

impact and under
Now, under the impact of his wife's disclosures, he was brought suddenly to the realization that there was a limit to tolerance, however brilliant, however far-famed the offender might be.
A measure passed by Congress just before adjourning softened the ruling's impact, on prior-year returns still under review, for clay-mining companies that make brick and tile products.
Likewise, blunt weapons such as maces and warhammers could harm the wearer by their impact without penetrating the armour ; usually a soft armour, such as gambeson, was worn under the hauberk.
In particular, a charge with the lance couched under the armpit would no longer turn into pole vaulting ; this eventually led to an enormous increase in the impact of the charge.
The aid package falls under the EU ’ s € 1 billion Food Facility, set up with the UN Secretary-General ’ s High-Level Task Force on the Global Food Crisis and FAO to focus on programmes that will have a quick but lasting impact on food security.
Hayek posited that a central planning authority would have to be endowed with powers that would impact and ultimately control social life, because the knowledge required for centrally planning an economy is inherently decentralized, and would need to be brought under control.
The studios, however, were already under a lot of pressure, not just from free-lancing actors like Bogart, James Stewart, Henry Fonda and others ( who also saved taxes as independents ), but also from the eroding impact of television and from anti-trust laws which were breaking up theater chains.
The revelation of her gender had less adverse impact on people's opinions of her talent than she had feared ; her final Nebula Award ( for " The Screwfly Solution ", published under her other occasional pseudonym, Raccoona Sheldon ) was awarded in 1977.
The water resources of the Niger River are under pressure due to increased water abstraction for irrigation and due to impact of climate change.
The Murrah building was chosen for its glass front — which was expected to shatter under the impact of the blast — and its adjacent large, open parking lot across the street, which might absorb and dissipate some of the force, and protect the occupants of nearby non-federal buildings.
Only our estranged kinsmen, the assimilated, and the de-Judaized, go to pieces under the impact of the blow .... But those who visualize themselves among the groups who have gone forth from the successive Egypts in our history never lose their sense of perspective, nor are they overwhelmed by confusion and despair ....
The much greater impact that this reform would have had on the Eastern churches in comparison with those of the West led some Orthodox to suspect that the WCC's decision was an attempt by the West to impose its viewpoint unilaterally on the rest of the world under the guise of ecumenism.
Divisions within the empire also had an impact on the raising of troops in 1733, as Charles-Albert of Bavaria, who harbored ambitions to become the next Holy Roman Emperor, signed a secret agreement with France in November 1733, and tried, with limited success, to dissuade other rulers within the empire from the Wittelsbach family from providing troops to the emperor under their treaty obligations.
LLNL conducts research into the properties and behavior of plutonium to learn how plutonium performs as it ages and how it behaves under high pressure ( e. g., with the impact of high explosives ).
Doris Tate was the first person to make such an impact statement under the new law, when she spoke at the parole hearing of one of her daughter's killers, Charles " Tex " Watson.
His main impact upon Roman politics was his ability to veil his tyranny and make it appear that he was working under a constitutional government.
Wadham was then under the guidance of John Wilkins, who had a profound impact on Hooke and those around him.
Essex performed military service under his stepfather in the Netherlands, before making an impact at court and winning the Queen's favour.
“ In the long term, therefore, fortified by increases in supplementary and other benefits under the Crossman regime in 1968 – 70, the welfare state had made some impact, almost by inadvertence, on social inequality and the maldistribution of real income ”.
He returned to studies in Ohio under the supervision of one of his teachers, Hoyt L. Sherman, who is widely regarded to have had a significant impact on his future work ( Lichtenstein would later name a new studio he funded at OSU as the Hoyt L. Sherman Studio Art Center ).
In November 2011, the New Students ' Centre was recognised a low environmental impact building, receiving ' Outstanding ' status under BREEAM, and in 2012 was one of three winners of the New London Award ( NLA ) in the Education category.
With major and minor players spanning the globe, people smuggling poses a significant economic and legal impact on society, and solutions to the problem of people smuggling remain contested and under continued debate and development.
Factors for the great population growth include the impact of Dutch colonial rule including the imposed end to civil war in Java, the increase in the area under rice cultivation, and the introduction of food plants such as casava and maize which could sustain populations that could not afford rice.
Opponents of CCTV point out the loss of privacy of the people under surveillance, and the negative impact of surveillance on civil liberties.

impact and Act
This Act was created to promote employment of older persons based on their ability rather than age ; to prohibit arbitrary age discrimination in employment ; to help employers and workers find ways of meeting problems arising from the impact of age on employment because in the face of rising productivity and affluence, older workers find themselves disadvantaged in their efforts to retain employment, and especially to regain employment when displaced from jobs ; the setting of arbitrary age limits regardless of potential for job performance has become a common practice, and certain otherwise desirable practices may work to the disadvantage of older persons ; the incidence of unemployment, especially long-term unemployment with resultant deterioration of skill, morale, and employer acceptability is, relative to the younger ages, high among older workers ; their numbers are great and growing ; and their employment problems grave ; and the existence in industries affecting commerce, of arbitrary discrimination in employment because of age, burdens commerce and the free flow of goods in commerce.
These and other movements such as the Philippines 1995 Mining Act led the World Bank to publish a third report ( Assistance for Minerals Sector Development and Reform in Member Countries ) which endorsed mandatory environment impact assessments and attention to the locals.
In response to the trials of the conspirators being moved out-of-state, the Victim Allocution Clarification Act of 1997 was signed on March 20, 1997 by President Clinton to allow the victims of the bombing ( and the victims of any other future acts of violence ) the right to observe trials and to offer impact testimony in sentencing hearings.
The Statute of Westminster 1931 passed by the Imperial Parliament in December 1931, which repealed the Colonial Laws Validity Act and implemented the Balfour Declaration 1926, had a profound impact on the constitutional structure and status of the Union.
The National Insurance Act of 1966, which introduced supplementary earnings-related benefits for short-term sickness and unemployment, had far-reaching distributional consequences by “ guaranteeing that insurance benefits rose at the same rate as wages in the late 1960s .” Trade unions were supportive of the advances made in social protection by the Wilson government, which had a considerable impact on the living standards of the lowest quintile of the population.
The legacy of the Act is its impact on the national banking system as it stands today and its support of a uniform U. S. banking policy.
The most lasting impact and significant change of the Act was the indexing of the tax code parameters for inflation.
Shortly before its publication, an introduction, glossary and footnotes, written in the voice of an English narrator, were added to the original text to blunt the negative impact the Edgeworths feared the book might have on English enthusiasm for the Act of Union 1800.
The regulatory provisions had been enacted over several commissioners ' objections, and the Commission's implementation of the Act initially had little impact on the way the rail industry functioned.
" According to the CBD, Kempthorne's regulations violated the Endagered Species Act, " did not go through the required public review process " and " were rushed by the Bush administration through an abbreviated process " with " environmental impacts were analyzed in a short and cursory environmental assessment, rather than a fuller environmental impact statement.
The World War II GI Bill, signed into law on June 22, 1944, is said to have had more impact on the American way of life than any law since the Homestead Act nearly a century before.
It prompted Congress to pass the National Environmental Policy Act in 1969, which requires an environmental impact study on all major projects needing an OK from the federal government.
43, pp 2 – 6 ; Examines the banking system since the 1960s and the impact of the One Bank Holding Company Act of 1970.
From 1937 to 1995, the Supreme Court of the United States did not void a single Act of Congress for exceeding Congress's power under the Commerce Clause of the United States Constitution, instead holding that anything that could conceivably have even a slight impact on commerce was subject to federal regulation.
With the impact of the Congressional Embargo Act of 1807 on commercial shipping, the elder Garrison became unemployed and deserted the family in 1808.
The Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence examined the impact of the Assault Weapons Ban in its 2004 report, On Target: The Impact of the 1994 Federal Assault Weapon Act.
By the time the legislation allowing this was introduced into the 1968 Transport Act ( Section 39 of this Act made provision for a subsidy to be paid by the Treasury for a three-year period ) many of the services and railway lines that would have qualified and benefited from these subsidies had already been closed or removed, thus lessening the impact of the legislation.
This article by Fritz Messere ( Associate Professor of Communication Studies at SUNY Oswego ) describes the impact of the Act on radio and television broadcasting, Internet and on-line computer services, and provides sources and suggested further reading.
The appeals court said that although the impact statement followed the guidelines set by the National Environmental Policy Act, it did not follow the Minerals Leasing Act, which allowed for a smaller pipeline right of way than was required for the Trans-Alaska Pipeline.
According to Fred J. Cook, the muckrakers ' journalism resulted in litigation or legislation that had a lasting impact, such as the end of Standard Oil's monopoly over the oil industry, the establishment of the Pure Food and Drug Act of 1906, the creation of the first child labor laws in the United States around 1916.
Another statute having a profound impact on NTIS is the Commerce, Justice, State Appropriations Act for FY 1993 ( Public Law 102-395 ) which established NTIS Revolving Fund and gave it the authority to use that Fund without further approval by Congress.
Responsible for the implementation of the Vocational and Technical Education Act ( VTEA ), managing and coordinating activities that impact other interagency and intra-agency objectives.

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