Alabama state law allows licensure agencies to adopt and promulgate rules governing professional practices.
It's in their interests, the pharmaceutical industry, to promulgate that sort of idea on the public.
A law intended to guard against the spreading of false stories actually forced the national broadcaster to promulgate a lie.
Additionally, the secretary of state may promulgate regulations interpreting ambiguous provisions of the act.
The Secretary shall promulgate such regulations as are necessary to carry out this Act.
They petitioned the king to promulgate the decree at once, without amendments.
There is a communication issue here, though, in trying to promulgate these messages in a meaningful way to your team leaders who are at front end of the business.
Pro-independence groups will request the new president in 2008 to promulgate the new constitution.
Their money is now being spent to promulgate ideas they abhor to their own children.
The documents in question promulgate the idea that no students' rights exist which trump the ‘feelings’ of others.