To head off a vote, Denton did what any senator would: he issued another press release
agents and additives for most molding applications.
Pease says RSEI's toxicity weights are "less than what the public wants," because they only allow for relative rankings that do not address critical questions such as whether the releases
increase cancer risk or whether they result in risk levels that exceed statutory standards.
Both Baker and Smith illustrate the generally accepted principle that a job applicant's consent to the release
of personnel information creates an absolute bar to defamation liability when former employers disclose information within the scope of the consent.
But Heller points out that the concept could just as easily be used to release
a drug that might be needed only occasionally.
The jail release
program will save $3 million to $4 million by itself and also will let the department close the Century Regional Detention Center in Lynwood, which houses 2,000 inmates, resulting in savings of about $21 million more, for a total of about $25 million in savings, according to sheriff's Chief Robert Hoffman.
In September 2000, 11 national retailers jointly issued a press release
in which they pledged to stop selling mercury thermometers and instead offer mercury-free alternatives such as digital electric thermometers, glass gallium-indium-tin thermometers, and flexible forehead and ear canal thermometers (5).
The off-site release
was trivially small,'' said Phil Rutherford, who heads health, safety and radiation oversight at Boeing.
Improved resin flow allows easy fill of deep draw cavities, with smooth release
of thin-walled parts.
First, you need to understand exactly what a press release
The consensus that emerged was that the time lag on the release
of information should be shortened.