The pay discrimination that USWNT is subject to also reinforces the need to pass H.R.7, the Paycheck Fairness Act, into law to finally put teeth into
the Equal Pay Act of 1963.
The ordinances were meant to put teeth into
the rules crafted by the task force.
The new government will need to put teeth into
this anti-corruption push, by holding some of the bribe-takers accountable.
PCCI chairman George Barcelon said the new law would put teeth into
Duterte's pronouncement of reducing bureaucracy and corruption.
"We need to put teeth into
the deployment ban," he stated.
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The $150 fine is crucial to detering people from dressing up as clowns, officials said. "In order for it to be effective you have to put teeth into
it," Kemper County Board attorney Bo Bailey said.
"They put teeth into
it," Collier said of Congress.
Thus, to put teeth into
the law, parties found in violation of the statute shall be meted a penalty of a fine of not less than P50,000 (Dh3,932) but not more than P100,000 (Dh7,863), or by imprisonment of one year but not more than two years, or both, at the discretion of the court."
"What we have to do is put in a framework and put teeth into
"ACA salutes Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler for leading the effort to put teeth into
the regulations that require broadcasters to negotiate retransmission consent with cable and satellite TV providers in good faith.
This new act was needed to not only address domestic wildlife issues, but to put teeth into
CITES and fulfill the nation's promise to regulate domestic and international movement of endangered species and their parts.
According to Neal, “The new regulations put teeth into
the ADAAA's goal of making it easier to meet one of the three tests for 'disability' needed for coverage under the Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA).” Neal's article was published on December 19, 2011, in Texas Lawyer.
"We must put teeth into
the policy we passed last year," said Kenny, adding that steps to help Palestinians should go beyond simply making speeches and agreeing conference resolutions.
To put teeth into
the system, Keynes proposed that any deficit country--a country tapping more than one-quarter of its maximum overdraft allowance--would be charged interest.