Overburdensome


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O´ver`bur´den`some


a.1.Too burdensome.
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These changes, which were developed by a diverse negotiated rulemaking committee earlier this year, are intended to promote innovation, protect students while also ensuring they have access to postsecondary options that meet their unique needs, and reduce irrelevant and overburdensome rules on institutions of higher education.
We opposed any overburdensome and harmful expansion of New York's "prevailing wage" mandate which would serve to drastically increase the cost of construction; force developers to pull back on projects, thereby eliminating jobs and stalling economic growth; and discourage small business contractors from bidding on projects.
to relieve an honest debtor from overburdensome financial obligations and give him a 'fresh start,' free of claims of former creditors.") (emphasis added).
helps keep energy costs down, Moore said, while the administration has kept a campaign promise to cut overburdensome regulations.
But with overburdensome regulation, some argue, "the City of Austin wants to shut them down."
Overburdensome administrative duties must likewise be simplified through standard-based instruments such as classroom observation, self-assessment and performance appraisal tools.