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The office also said it would be taking action to enforce the law.

This will enforce the idea of preserving our freedom of expression."

But it continued to enforce the ban on gay workers for years to come.

However, it is uncertain how Tel Aviv will enforce such stipulations.

Some believe the city should stick to its guns and enforce the rules.

We made these laws when we legalized pot, now why don't we enforce them?

It's them but also foreign fighters that help enforce these rules.

It is just getting harder and harder, and close to impossible, to enforce.

And drug charges including marijuana are laws that we enforce," Haye said.

Rachelle Castillo Ott 5pts Please they don't enforce the laws they have now.

Critics see it as evidence of the court's inability to enforce its decisions.

It does not authorize military action to enforce the resolution's provisions.

Our first concern is their health and the second is to try to enforce the law.

"We're more than happy to enforce the laws that are in the position to enforce.

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