Child safety seats will also become mandatory for private cars carrying children under the age of 4, according to the amendment to the regulation that takes effect on March 25.
Passengers using mobile phones on planes might face 50,000 yuan ($7,515) fine, according to a latest draft amendment to the country's Civil Aviation Law that was published by the Civil Aviation Administration of China.
Under the Migration Legislation Amendment inked on Nov 10, Chinese citizens with the 10-year visas could enjoy multiple free entry permits during the validity period of the visa.
Speaking in Wilmington, North Carolina, Mr Trump suggested that supporters of the Second Amendment, the right to bear arms, might be able to stop Mrs Clinton from appointing liberal justices to the Supreme Court.
Microsoft says this practice, which is legal under the Electronic Communications Privacy Act, violates its customers' Fourth Amendment right to know when they are being searched and violates Microsoft's First Amendment right to speak about these investigations.
" US tech groups are lobbying against the proposal — a last-minute amendment to rules on data protection which have been working their way through Brussels since 2012.
And under a parallel amendment toNew Zealand's Crimes Act, a person who tells another to kill themselves faces up to three years in prison.
The draft amendment to the Seed Law calls for stricter supervision on the use of GM plant seeds.
Earlier this summer, a so-called "anti-Amazon" amendment extended this limit to online booksellers and prohibits them from offering free shipping on reduced-price books.
He was on his way to a fund - raiser at the home of his old friends Marvin and Keri Putnam - he's a prominent First Amendment litigator, and she' s the new executive director of the Sundance Institute.
Voucher backers--an unusual coalition of inner-city parents and conservative groups--retort that the judge misread both the Cleveland program and the First Amendment.
Jean Baptiste Rousseau The First Amendment is often inconvenient.
John Stuart Mill (1806 - 1873), On Liberty, 1859 The First Amendment is often inconvenient.
I was late and if anyone asked me how fast I was driving, I'd have to plead the Fifth Amendment to avoid self－incrimination.
In 2011, the country's top legislature passed an amendment to the Criminal Law to stipulate that malicious wage default is a crime and employers who intentionally withhold may face up to seven years in jail.