- v. Simple past tense and past participle of enact.
“A parting thought: George W Bush in the very 1st year of his term enacted tax cuts that allowed him to personally save a sum that was basically equivalent to one years after tax earnings of the median US household, in the very 1st year alone.”
“Someone would do well to remind Rep. Ryan (R. Wi) that the reason many laws must be enacted is to defend the rights of individuals from others who would take them away. (in this instance the insurance companies)”
“The tax, if enacted, is may raise nearly $90 billion.”
“He merely made an analogy that the GOP's dithering on helping get health care reform enacted is the same thing they did when civil rights laws were being proposed.”
“So lets see, the sales tax increases in enacted, all the campaign materials that have already been produced saying that Democrats "voted for the largest tax increase in Washington State history" are simply edited to include the sales tax.”
“That the healthcare, social security, welfare and bailout spending of the US government will bankrupt this nation within the next 50 years unless dramatic reductions are enacted is not a reason to spend more on defense.”
“The key to getting a package of cuts enacted is for the Republicans to unite and vote as a bloc for the cuts.”
“The fact that he doesn't understand how federal legislation gets introduced, debated and enacted is amazing, but then again, we knew this guy was a neophyte coming in. ez”
“Simply put, this revised procurement may indicate that one of the options being now enacted is a complete cessation of US manned spaceflight from late-2012 onwards.”
“What gets your agenda enacted is having the votes to enact your agenda.”
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