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While the Protection of Animals Act 1911 provided a power of arrest for police, the British courts have determined that Parliament did not intend any other organisation such as the RSPCA to be empowered under the act and that the RSPCA therefore does not possess police-like powers of arrest, of entry or of search ( Line v RSPCA, 1902 ).
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While legal challenges also dogged COPA's successor, the Children's Internet Protection Act ( CIPA ) of 2000, the Supreme Court upheld it as constitutional in 2004.
While the Equal Protection Clause is typically invoked only under very limited circumstances ( with a heavy burden on the complainant to show discrimination ), the Common Benefit Clause is read to require that " statutory exclusions from publicly-conferred benefits and protections must be ' premised on an appropriate and overriding public interest.
While they may be more costly to install than regular heat pumps, they can produce markedly lower energy bills — 30 to 40 percent lower, according to estimates from the U. S. Environmental Protection Agency.
Essays Designed to Elucidate The Science of Political Economy, While Serving To Explain and Defend The Policy of Protection to Home Industry, As a System of National Cooperation For True Elevation of Labor, Boston: Fields, Osgood a Co., 1870
While in Canada, in June 1899, they tried to form the Emperor Protection Society in an attempt to restore the emperor.
While many machine guns can be legally owned with a proper tax stamp from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, an amendment to the Firearm Owners Protection Act of 1986 barred the transfer to private citizens of machine guns made or registered in the U. S. after May 19, 1986.
While Holden voted against the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, the signature legislative domestic policy achievement of President Barack Obama, in March 2010, he did vote for the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, signed into law by Obama, in February 2009.
While Holden voted for legislation supported by President Bush that toughened bankruptcy laws and enacted the Halliburton loophole, he voted for the Dodd – Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, signed into law by President Obama, in July 2010.
While mentioned in guidance, there is no statutory requirement for local authorities to fund an SMR ( although this was a provision in the England and Wales Heritage Protection Bill ) and there is great variety in implementation across the UK.
While Jeffries introduces himself to Kudrow at his birthday party and demands that Kudrow leave Simon alone, Jordan under Jeffries ' suggestion arranges for Simon to go into Witness Protection.
While Lincoln Acres relies on the County of San Diego for governmental services, there is one elected body that is exclusive to Lincoln Acres ; the Lower Sweetwater Fire Protection District.
While much of HBO Films ' output is created directly for the television market, such as the film Witness Protection and the mini-series Band of Brothers, Pacific, Generation Kill and Angels in America, it has also branched into theatrical distribution with such critically acclaimed films as Elephant and American Splendor.
While in Congress, Horton proposed making the United States Environmental Protection Agency a cabinet level agency and helped introduce the Whistleblower Protection Act in 1987.
While in OVW he was a member of the Disciples of Synn stable and along with stablemate Seven captured the OVW Southern Tag Team Championship, on March 5, 2003, though they lost them less than a month later to the Acolytes Protection Agency.
While compact on the outside, it is listed by the United States Environmental Protection Agency as a mid-size car because of a spacious interior.
While she is recovering, Child Protection Services takes away Peter's custody of Meg, Chris, and Stewie on the grounds that Peter is mentally unfit to look after them.
: While Megumi is physically a very attractive female, she still retains her masculine mannerisms and fighting abilities, which she uses very often, attracting the ' Megu-chan Protection Club ', a group of misfit admirers.
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While the album was being recorded, the band were visited by Gunnel and his business partner, Animals ' bassist, Chas Chandler.
While Scandinavian Leather was recorded at their own Crystal Canyon Studio in Oslo, Turbonegro decided to bring in Steven Shane McDonald as co-producer for Party Animals.
While debates on the subject continues, in January 1871 Darwin started on another book, using left over material on emotional expressions, which became The Expression of the Emotions in Man and Animals.
While After Virtue attempted to give an account of the virtues exclusively by recourse to social practices and the understanding of individual selves in light of " quests " and " traditions ," Dependent Rational Animals was a self-conscious effort by MacIntyre to ground virtues in an account of biology.
While the Animals complied, the Revolution broke their side of the agreement and left the arena with Torrie in a limo.
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While many ancient boroughs remained as municipal boroughs, they were disenfranchised by the Reform Act.
While landline and mobile telephone providers must also be majority-owned by Canadians under the federal Telecommunications Act, the CRTC is not responsible for enforcement of this provision.
While the original Sterling semi-auto would be classed a " short barrel rifle " under the U. S. National Firearms Act, fully legal long-barrel versions of the Sterling have been made for the U. S. collector market.
While their numbers did not pose a serious threat to the government, they scared the Rump into action and a Treasons Act was passed against them in 1649.
While the Rising and its leaders continued to be venerated by Irish republicans — including members and supporters of the Provisional IRA and the modern Sinn Féin — with murals in republican areas of Belfast and other towns celebrating the actions of Pearse and his comrades, and a number of parades held annually in remembrance of the Rising, the Irish government discontinued its annual parade in Dublin in the early 1970s, and in 1976 it took the unprecedented step of proscribing ( under the Offences against the State Act ) a 1916 commemoration ceremony at the GPO organised by Sinn Féin and the Republican commemoration Committee.
While Mike is usually portrayed as simply dumb ( for example, in A Man of His Convictions in series 2 he writes a letter to media commentator Stuart Littlemore full of basic spelling and grammatical errors ) he occasionally surprises his colleagues with his sneakiness: in Give ' em Enough Rope ( series 2 ) he traps the network owner into admitting to contravening the Broadcasting Act in a live interview, after first getting the owner to publicly commit to allowing him to ask difficult questions without threat to his job.
While the pending Second Chance Act which may change this, at present the only relief that an individual prosecuted in federal court may receive is a Presidential Pardon, which does not expunge the conviction, but rather grants relief from the civil disabilities that stem from it.
While the Indian Removal Act made the relocation of the tribes voluntary, it was often abused by government officials.
While Nehru exempted Muslim law from legislation and they remained un-reformed, he did pass the Special Marriage Act in 1954.
While Attorney General, Ashcroft consistently denied that the FBI or any other law enforcement agency had used the Patriot Act to obtain library circulation records or those of retail sales.
While the funding of the standing army subsists on annual financial votes by parliament, the Mutiny Act is also renewed on an annual basis by parliament.
While the Act had been in force only one official newspaper existed ; the London Gazette, published by the government.
While Senate customs have created supermajority rules that have diminished this Constitutional power, the Vice President still retains the ability to influence legislation ( e. g. the Deficit Reduction Act of 2005 ).
While the Pacific Railroad Act was to award the eastern contract to the newly formed Union Pacific, it was left up to then President Lincoln to formally choose the location for the railroad to start and Lincoln in 1862 was to follow the advice of his former client.
While a court did affirm that various Nigerian government officials ( including a governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria ) were directly or indirectly involved and that Nigerian government officials could be sued in U. S. courts under the " commercial activity " exception to the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act, he was unable to get his money back due to the doctrine of unclean hands because he had knowingly entered into a contract that was illegal.
While Debs had carefully guarded his speeches in an attempt to comply with the Espionage Act, the Court found he still had the intention and effect of obstructing the draft and military recruitment.
While outwardly appearing to be similar, single-tier authorities formed using older legislation are not Unitary Authorities thus excluding e. g. the Isle of Wight Council or any other single-tier authority formed under the Local Government Act 1972 or older legislation.
While the Act, by its terms, applied to current office holders, it also limited the protection offered to Cabinet members to one month after a new president took office.
While Wilson's commission suggested that short-term credit also be incorporated in any nationalized credit system, the Act lacked this crucial component.
While some of the programs have been eliminated or had their funding reduced, many of them, including Medicare, Medicaid, the Older Americans Act and federal education funding, continue to the present.
While Congress passed several Organic Acts that provided a path for statehood for much of the original Indian Country, Congress never passed an Organic Act for the Indian Territory.
While life peerages were often created in the early days of the Peerage, their regular creation was not provided for by Act of Parliament until the Appellate Jurisdiction Act 1876.