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  • v  select as an alternative over another
    She opted for the job on the East coast

  • Seen in decades past as a solution to housing low income residents, units that fall under federal or state subsidy is under increasing scrutiny and faces opt-outs by owners over .
  • But even then, they wonder if that means to opt for the vaccines and face the potential perils of errant chemistry or to decline the vaccines and face the dangers of the bugs.
  • A decades-old solution to housing low income Americans may find itself depleted as landlords choose to opt out of it.
News & Articles

  • Travis Ishikawa Exercises Opt Out Clause
    Travis Ishikawa has filed a written request to exercise his opt-out clause and become a free agent, according to Dan Connolly of the Baltimore Sun (on Twitter). The Orioles have 48 hours to add Ishikawa to their 25-man Major League roster, or he will be granted his release from the organization. The Orioles could also trade Ishikawa during this 48-hour period, MLBTR has learned. As reported by ...
    June 16, 2013 - MLB Trade Rumors
  • Travis Ishikawa exercises opt-out clause from Orioles
    First baseman Travis Ishikawa, a big league veteran who was having a strong season at Triple-A Norfolk, filed his written request to exercise the “opt-out” clause in his minor league contract on Sunday morning, according to his representation.        
    June 16, 2013 - Baltimore Sun
  • Travis Ishikawa exercises his opt-out clause from the Orioles
    First baseman Travis Ishikawa, a big league veteran who was having a strong season at Triple-A Norfolk, has officially filed his written request to exercise the ¿opt-out¿ clause in his minor league contract, according to his representation.        
    June 16, 2013 - Baltimore Sun
Quotes

  • Barack Obama in Swissinfo
    I think actually Senator Clinton's answer on this one is right,Obama said. "I think we should use the hammer of a potential opt-out as leverage to ensure that we actually get labour and environmental standards that are enforced."
  • Hillary Rodham Clinton in International Herald Tribune
    I have said I would renegotiate NAFTA,said Clinton. "I will say to Mexico that we will opt out of NAFTA unless we renegotiate it."
  • Brian Cashman in BBC Sport
    General manager Brian Cashman said: "We always understood that it was his contractual right (to opt out). But we expressed our interest in keeping him and requested the opportunity to convey those feelings to him directly in an open, face-to-face...

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