Actualmente el IFT tiene una investigacion en curso sobre Radiorama por una concentracion no notificada con Grupo ACIR
, de Francisco Ibarra.
El personaje de Brozo resultaba muy contrastante para lo que usualmente presentaba el Grupo ACIR
(Asociacion de Concesionarios Independientes de Radio), que era un grupo serio y formal.
In addition, iHeartRadio will stream select local ACIR
stations such as Siempre, Mexico City's music, news and sports station, and La 1260, Mexico City's AM News/Talk station.
WLGCC] emission levels as a function of the ACIR
year, the ACIR
noted: "[i]t would be difficult to find an issue
As 1972 drew to a close, the ACIR
rejected Nixon's suggestion for a federal substitute source of revenue for local property taxes.
Cole and John Kincaid, "Public Opinion and American Federalism: Perspectives on Taxes, Spending, and Trust--An ACIR
Update," Publius: The Journal of Federalism 30 (Winter/Spring 2000): 189-201; John Kincaid and Richard L.
Of the four states that allow combined and/or consolidated returns as an election, ACIR
and GH classify three as unitary states (CO, IN, and NY) and one as non-unitary (FL).
As noted above, ACIR
recommended in its Draft Report to terminate several costly intergovernmental mandates, including the Fair Labor Standards Act, the Occupational Safety and Health Act, the Family Medical Leave Act, and the Metric Conversion for Plans and Specifications provisions of the Omnibus Trade and Competitiveness Act of 1988.
is defined as the ratio of the total power transmitted from a source to the total interference power affecting a victim receiver, resulting from both transmitter and receiver imperfections.
report (1994) have price tags that exceed $50 million, even for some individual cities.
, 1977; Committee for Economic Development, 1966, 1970; National League of Cities, 1966.