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strike

Etymology: AS, strican, to advance swiftly
an action taken collectively by the employees of a company or institution in which they stop reporting for work in an effort to cause the employer to accede to certain demands. A strike usually follows unsuccessful negotiations between representatives of the union and management.

strike

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While the Sixth Circuit was correct to consider those decisions in weighing the constitutionality of the Ohio investment tax credit, it erred in concluding that the Court's jurisprudence mandated striking down Ohio's investment tax credit.
13, 2010 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Today, Family Research Council applauds a federal judge in Virginia striking down parts of the newly enacted health care law that includes taxpayer funding of abortion, but adds that this decision doesn't go far enough.
It's OK to be an activist if you're striking down affirmative action and gun-free school laws" Or, as American Bar Association President and staunch conservative N.
Evans, the 1996 decision striking down a Colorado law preventing the enactment of any and all bans on discrimination based on sexual orientation, Scalia famously accused the majority of mistaking a "kulturkampf for a fit of spite.
While the Sixth Circuit was correct to consider those decisions," TEI stated, "the Court of Appeals erred in concluding that the Court's jurisprudence mandated striking down Ohio's investment tax credit.
The high court could easily uphold truly educational displays that contain the Commandments as one element among several while striking down displays like Moore's, which the former Alabama chief justice t*eely admitted was intended to endorse religion.
Sunstein starts his analysis of the current Supreme Court with cases like the right-to-die case, the decision striking down "male only" admissions to the Virginia Military Institute, and Romer v.
In its opinion striking down the ordinance, the Court restated the general rule that there is a heavy presumption against a prior restraint of speech.
The Appeals Court unanimously agreed on August 15, striking down the $5,000 fine and ordering a hearing to be held to determine the extent of property damage.
District Court decision striking down two Florida laws as unconstitutional.
In striking down OSHA's CCP, the court ruled that such new requirements should have gone through proper regulatory channels and should have been submitted for public comment.
White, striking down that state's restrictions on judicial campaign speech, and a federal appellate decision in Weaver v.