inequitable : Definition, Usages, News and More

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i ne kwuh tuh buhl

  • a  not equitable or fair
    the inequitable division of wealth
    inequitable taxation

  • Brazil, for example, has one of the world's most inequitable distributions of wealth.
  • The Administration and Congress have felt compelled to do something about the "financial meltdown," so an inefficient and inequitable "bailout plan" has been rushed through the .
  • We are sharing our resources in a very inequitable way.
News & Articles

  • Judge asked to hear new school finance evidence
    AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Attorneys on Wednesday asked a judge who presided over Texas' sweeping school finance trial — and ruled that the way the state funds public education is inadequate and inequitable — to consider as new evidence the Legislature's decision to restore $4 billion to classrooms and reduce standardized testing requirements. Gov. Rick Perry can still veto changes lawmakers approved ...
    June 16, 2013 - San Antonio Express-News

  • Michael McGimpsey in Irish Times
    Mr McGimpsey said: "This will bring an end to the inequitable system which ranked one person's suffering above another's." "Reducing the charge to £3 is the beginning of the process towards abolition of prescription charges." "The...
  • Saxby Chambliss in Farm Futures
    An unreasonable AGI test would make US farm policy unpredictable, inequitable, and punitive for thousands of American farm and ranch families,Chambliss said.
  • David Paterson in Yeshiva World News
    I am deeply troubled that the Senate version of the bill worsens what was already an inequitable situation for New York,said Paterson, who is already facing a $6.8 billion budget gap for the next fiscal year.

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