Webster Decision

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A landmark decision by the US Supreme Court in Webster v. Reproductive Health Services that upheld the rights of states to regulate some aspects of abortions
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Monsanto in late 1989 introduced Vyram and Dytron XL.
In fact, exports rose 20% in 1988, and the spill-over into 1989 enabled the manufacturing sector to achieve an expected increase in exports of almost 13% over 1988 levels.
Second, a taxpayer's failure to include on an income tax return an amount shown on an informal return was presumed to be negligent prior to the 1989 Act.
Public sector work rose from 26 percent of total business in 1989 to 37 percent in 1993.
A measure of its success is provided by its receipt of the Carter-Menil Human Rights Award in 1989 and the decoration of al-Haq fieldworker Sha'wan Jabarin with the 1990 Reebok Human Rights Prize.
Both the 1989 and 1906 earthquakes broke the San Andreas fault on a segment that runs through the Santa Cruz Mountains.
American College of Physician Executives, 1988, 1988, and 1989.
Although average fees did not rise faster than inflation for the whole period between 1989 and 1993, there appears to have been a substantial jump between 1992 and 1993 at banks.
6, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Global superstar and seven-time GRAMMY winner Taylor Swift's critically acclaimed new album 1989 (Big Machine Records) earns massive sales of 1.
com Year established: 1989 Number of employees: 65 Pres: Pierre Doyon (pdoyon@adculture.
It maintained the Boise Cascade Supplemental Retirement Plan, which was converted into an ESOP on May 25, 1989.
1989, Hetherington & Orzek, 1989; Pope & Barret, 2002).