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There is pretty good evidence that this additional money did not increase the level of nursing staff in nursing homes that receive Medicare, and this may affect Congress' willingness to continue funding that doesn't address the serious problem of understaffing.
Printing industry consolidation will probably continue as large printers merge with or acquire medium and small sized companies that cannot afford new technology.
The issue is especially crucial because habitat continues to be threatened by development.
AM: Biotechnology continues to be a key topic of discussion.
Second, even if the Service could overcome this definitional problem in final regulations, it would still have to resolve a host of technical problems (e.g., which partnership or partnerships continue and which terminate).
Many production foundries, however, are forecast to continue to operate at high utilization rates into '01.
Jim Taulman will continue to have an active part in the production of the journal, especially on the technical end.
Cohen said he would continue to push for the 150-hour education requirement to help fill the education gap.
Another points to slowed growth in primary markets: "The marine industry, for one, continues to be in a slump." He adds that this market has been hard hit by environmental regulations--particularly those concerning styrene monomer emissions.
Retail rents in high traffic areas continue to break records and hotels are seeing strong increases in both average daily rates and occupancy.
AMERICANS CONTINUE TO HAVE A LOVE AFFAIR WITH VEHICLES
Plan Colombia, by all measurements including those already cited above, has had exceptional success in pursuing the goals it established, with support from the United States and the international community, but the job is not finished and we need to ensure that the progress made so far in counter-narcotics and counter-terrorism continues. Efforts to address the deeper causes of Colombian problems must continue.