out-of-state

out-of-state

(out′əv-stāt′)
adj.
Of, relating to, or being from another state.

out-of-state

adj
originating from a different state

out′-of-state′



adj.
in or from another state of the U.S.
[1930–35, Amer.]
out′-of-stat′er, n.
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The Johns Hopkins Health System is not prohibited from seeking out-of-state patients but also must demonstrate to state officials its revenue is not materially changed by them, Hopkins lawyers have argued in a motion to dismiss a whistleblower lawsuit alleging the hospital favors patients from outside of Maryland in order to raise profits.
I would also enjoy joining out-of-state wine clubs, but they can't send me their merchandise.
Additionally, nonresident partners of out-of-state partnerships will be able to take advantage of the FTB's voluntary disclosure regime as well.
This article provides an overview of the use tax notice and reporting requirements that states have begun to adopt, which are applicable to out-of-state vendors with no physical presence in the state.
The division and its leadership strive to meet the varied needs of the Bar's out-of-state members.
Out-of-state residents appear to be driving the recent increases in marijuana-related emergency department visits in Colorado, Dr.
The University of Oregon's strategy for financial survival depends on recruiting out-of-state students, whose tuition more than covers the cost of their educations.
A bill pending in the South Carolina Legislature that would allow waste haulers to dump trash in any state-approved landfill, even those outside the county where it was collected, would damage counties' abilities to regulate solid waste and invite an increase in out-of-state trash, officials with environmental groups and county governments alleged.
AP) -- A bill that would allow Mississippi community and junior colleges to waive out-of-state tuition has passed the House.
Unfortunately, every state currently lacks the out-of-state data necessary to follow individuals systemically and efficiently across state lines.
Many of the new out-of-state employers entering Ohio as a result of developments In the oil and gas and frac sand Industries are unsuspectingly operating without proper workers' compensation coverage, according to law firm Steptoe and Johnson, without the proper workers' compensation coverage from the Ohio State Insurance Fund, these out-of-state employers are at risk of being non-complying employers and subject to significant liability for any non-complying claims.
Faced with budget cuts, some cash-strapped state universities are stepping up their recruitment of higher paying out-of-state undergraduates, a move that critics say is unfair to the states' residents and could affect in-state minority applicants.