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re·al·lo·cate

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. reapportion, reallocateverb

    allocate, distribute, or apportion anew

    "Congressional seats are reapportioned on the basis of census data"

    Synonyms:
    reapportion

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  1. Ron Johnson:

    The first thing you do is support law enforcement, and unfortunately, the lieutenant governor has not done that. He has a record of wanting to defund the police – I know he doesn’t necessarily use that word, but he has a long history of being supported by people leading the effort to defund, he uses code words. Like Cori Bush said, talks about ‘reallocate over bloated police budgets.’ He said it pains him to see fully funded police budgets. That’s his views.

  2. Martin King:

    We are seeing the Nikkei edge up tentatively as the yen slides back down to the psychological barrier of 110 to the U.S. dollar, stateside, the Fed's indication that it is willing to increase rates in June has added extra clarity to the landscape of coming months and we can expect to see a decrease in net sellers for the time being as many look to reallocate risk.

  3. Stacey Abrams:

    We have to reallocate resources, so, yes, if there is a moment where resources are so tight that we have to choose between whether we murder Black people or serve Black people, then absolutely: Our choice must be service.

  4. Gabe Klein:

    Those of us in the business, we know cities need to reallocate space away from single occupancy vehicles, this amplifies a very positive message.

  5. Brian Kemp:

    Miss Abrams on CNN got asked the question, would she defund the police? And she said, ‘Yes, we have to reallocate resources.’ That means defunding the police. She proposed in 2018, eliminating cash bail.


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