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“Legislating is a process of compromise," she said.”
“Legislating from the Bench, i.e. striking down a law as unconstitutional, is not a power explicitly granted to the Supreme Court in the Constitution, but was a power artfully defined by Justice Marshall.”
“Legislating from the Bench …. the Reichtards won’t like that.”
“Legislating that large, interconnected global banks must unilaterally reduce their size and become small or not interconnected enough to fail just might push our economy back into the Dark Ages of the S & Ls.”
“Legislating now for a referendum, including on whether Britain should leave the EU, could cause great uncertainty and could actually damage our prospects of growth.”
“Legislating is a passion of mine, and I am excited about the opportunity to take the mystery and intimidation out of it for people whose good ideas deserve to be heard.”
“Legislating emotions is difficult, so Jewish Law provides us with a tangible application: Build and live in a sukkah!”
“Legislating the appearance of other people's homes has the potential to go seriously awry.”
“The problem with this is it tries to look at the sticky dynamics of what I like to call “the 5 P's of Legislating” which include Principles, Politics, Policy, Pragmatism and Process.”
“Legislating "morality" is one of those things that don't work and gives no benefit (except perhaps to a few invested in the "ism" to be enshrined in law).”
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