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government-issued

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  • Hiroko Ishizaka, referring to a government-issued radiation monitor

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  • According to procurement rules, agencies can use government-issued credit cards for purchases of up to $2,500 a day.

    D.C. probes credit card purchases by city insurance department

  • Indefinitely, unless a major Medicare expansion is adopted, and government-issued health insurance begins to displace its private sector equivalent on a wide-scale basis.

    Matthew Yglesias » Defections from the Left

  • Remove subsidies from such a scenario and health insurance is no longer affordable, which makes the mandate politically untenable, which turns up the heat in favor of government-issued health insurance.

    Matthew Yglesias » Defections from the Left

  • But that would set the stage for a public outcry for a government-issued alternative.

    Matthew Yglesias » Defections from the Left

  • Ayman Mohyeldin reports that eyewitnesses have said "party thugs" associated with the Egyptian regime's Central Security Services -- in plainclothes but bearing government-issued weapons -- have been looting in Cairo.

    Egypt news: protests continue for fifth day

  • Kathleen Sebelius has advised women and medical professionals to ignore government-issued recommendations.

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  • The bank says that it should keep at least $1.5 billion of the money in the margin account, particularly government-issued securities with maturities of more than three months.

    Lehman Brokerage Trustee Renews Fight With Barclays

  • AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin Published Credit: Associated Press President Obama this week announced a plan that would reduce interest rates on government-issued loans—as well as some privately issued ones—and move up the start date of a program that caps monthly payment for borrowers with low incomes.

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  • Eligible assets included large government-issued or -guaranteed loans and securities.

    Europe Relaxes Borrowing Rules

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