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“Anyone in the industry will tell you that it is next to impossible to get a movie green-lighted these days, but this is particularly true for films that revolve around female leads that defy the status quo.”
“My colleague Nick Anderson reported today that President Obama has green-lighted another attempt to revise the No Child Left Behind education law.”
“This is what the federal judge in Alabama green-lighted: one of the worst provisions in the law requires elementary and secondary schools to collect information about the immigration status of all new students and their parents.”
“The Justice Department has green-lighted California's new citizens redistricting commission.”
“Representatives of the International Monetary Fund, European Commission and the European Central Bank were speaking at a joint press conference in Athens on their third mandatory progress review, which green-lighted the provision of the additional funds in due course.”
“Daimler green-lighted the Maybach's development in the late 1990s just as German rivals BMW AG and Volkswagen AG were gearing up for their own super-luxury forays with the acquisitions of Rolls Royce and Bentley brand rights, respectively.”
“Eventually, I contacted Regis McKenna , Silicon Valley's leading PR man—or perhaps it was he who reached out to me to get me to stop hounding his client—and he green-lighted my request.”
“Obama, a Democrat, green-lighted the May 2 assassination of Osama bin Laden, al Qaeda's leader.”
“The network has green-lighted a reinvention of the classic monster family comedy The Munsters, it was announced Wednesday.”
“Especially with network series that are green-lighted in spring and only go into production in the summer, it's very rare to have anything but the pilot to go by when filing these first impressions, which is pretty much how I look at my critical "takes" in that issue.”
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