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AGENDEAções em Gênero Cidadania e Desenvolvimento (Brasil)
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While courts and state civil rights agendes have been inconsistent in their reception to this new theory, plaintiffs bringing these daims have been achieving increased success in recent years, particularly in federal courts.
A snapshot of recent cuts says it all: Atlanta's university system could lose $105 million in state funding in the next budget go-round, as state agendes have been ordered to reduce spending by 7.
A task force of the Transportation Research Board is trying to identify local governments, transit systems, and other agendes that have studied or adopted plans to address the special security problems of women as they travel--as pedestrians, in cars or parking lots, waiting for or riding on public transit, and in airports or train stations.