PresProc

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Each of these veterans received a presidential proclamation, and eagle lapel from the Department of Defense, a chapter certificate from the Michael Hillegas/NSDAR that recognized their sacrifice and service.
"If another round of negotiations during the election season does not resolve the outstanding issues, we would ask you to consider delaying the issuance of a Presidential proclamation to withdraw India's Generalised System of Preferences (GSP) benefits by at least 30 days, beyond the 60 day calendar, in order to move the negotiations beyond India's elections," the co-signed letter, sent on April 12, read.
Signed on September 25, Presidential Proclamation 593 was issued after the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council recommended the declaration of a state of calamity in those regions.
Senator Trillanes sought to restrain implementation of the Presidential Proclamation 572.
Donald Trump highlights and honors Susan Ahn Cuddy, Korean-American trailblazer and daughter of Korean independence activist Ahn Chang-ho, in his Presidential Proclamation for #asianheritagemonth.
tax reform and from potential increased tariffs on steel announced during the first quarter by Presidential proclamation. "Our preliminary first quarter revenue results reflect a shortfall in anticipated orders related to our high voltage capacitor products," said Dr.
Kenya submitted that the maritime boundary with Somalia is along a parallel of latitude as was decreed in the Presidential Proclamation of 1979.
"Our embassies and consulates around the world are fully implementing Presidential Proclamation 9645 to protect the American people, now that US Supreme Court orders permit us to do that and based on extensive guidance provided to them by the department." The US Supreme Court on Monday issued an order allowing full enforcement of the ban while legal challenges are argued in lower courts.
Former President Barack Obama (https://obamawhitehouse.archives.gov/the-press-office/2015/10/09/presidential-proclamation-columbus-day-2015) acknowledged that Native Americans suffered "unseen disease, devastation and violence" at the hands of Columbus, in his presidential proclamation on Columbus Day 2015.
In honor of the occasion, the White House released a presidential proclamation, and the Department of Health and Human Services issued a timeline and historic video, an op-ed by Secretary Sylvia Burwell, and a blog post by Office of Head Start Director Blanca Enriquez.
Assembly Clerk Sherlock Isaacs said Saturday he was notified that the presidential proclamation to dissolve the body was ready but he had not yet seen it.
In his presidential proclamation on World AIDS Day this year, President Obama said, "In the face of a disease that extends far beyond our borders, the United States remains committed to leading the world in the fight against HIV/AIDS and ensuring no one is left behind."
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