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policy

 [pol´ĭ-se]
a plan of activity or behavior that serves some end such as being expedient or beneficial.
health care policy subfield of political science covering the making and implementing of decisions by public administrators and elected legislators to improve the health and well-being of the public.

policy

A statement of intent by an organisation to follow a particular course of action.

policy

Health insurance A contractual agreement between an insurer and insured, which sets forth the rights and obligations of both parties to the agreement. See Any willing provider policy, Claims made policy, Commercial policy, Major hospitalization policy, Occurrence policy, Trolley car policy, Wrap-around policy Vox populi A series of rules or guidelines promulgated by an authorizing body. See Federal policy, General policy, Guidelines, HISP policy, Local Medicare review policy, No nit policy, Mexico City policy, PHS policy, Zero tolerance policy.
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The National Women's Law Center (NWLC), a public policy group that focuses on women's and children's issues, recently reported to Secretary of Defense William Cohen in their report, All That We Can Be: lessons from the military for improving our nation's child care system, that military CDCs are an example for all state agencies to follow.
21 edition of "Culture Facts," the online publication of the conservative Christian public policy group, included a condemnation of the inclusion of the Hindu priest.
"This is the civil rights issue of the 21st century," says Jeffrey Chester, executive director of the Center for Media Education, a public policy group based in Washington.
According to the 2018 Global Climate Risk Index, released by the public policy group German watch, Pakistan is among 10 countries affected most by climate change.
"This feeds into the same concerns that we've had all along: The really fuzzy line between the presidency and the Trumps' companies," said Noah Bookbinder, who leads Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington, a public policy group. "Donald Trump Jr.
"We are witnessing the wholesale takeover of government by an extremist faction of the corporate class," said Robert Weissman, president of public policy group Public Citizen, (https://www.yahoo.com/news/wall-street-back-favor-trump-cabinet-picks-205821787.html) according to Agence France Presse.
Texas Lyceum is a nonprofit public policy group with annual polls on state issues.
Dewey bankruptcy specialist Martin Bienenstock and legislative and public policy group head Charles Landgraf told the Journal that the plan is to liquidate the floundering firm without going through a formal bankruptcy process.
Hagel, who now chairs the public policy group, Atlantic Council, shared his views on how world affairs will play out over the next several years during the Opening General Session.
Glassman, a journalist, launched a dot-com--Tech Central Station--that looks, walks, and quacks like a public policy group but in fact is chiefly an influence-peddling mouthpiece for its corporate sponsors.
* The Illinois Opportunity Project, a public policy group cofounded by conservative activist and radio host Dan Proft, which gave $5,000.
Yet even with those factors, the Third Way, a Democratic public policy group, has found that "there remains a gap that cannot be attributed to observable factors" and argued that even if factors like occupation or time in the office help explain the gap, better, equalizing government policies - mandated paid maternity leave, or increased child-care options - can help close it.

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