- v. present participle of enact.
“Somehow this year they convinced themselves that if they succeeded in enacting a ruinous and unpopular health-care "reform" package, things would turn out differently.”
“It doesn't have a formal role in enacting legislation.”
“We must not delay in enacting reforms to make these programs financially sustainable.”
“* The deliberations of Congress in enacting RA 8047 clearly show their intent that the law should enable books to be imported duty-free, consistent with the Florence Agreement (it quotes a speech by Senator Angara) * Once the NBDB says the books may be imported duty-free, no other agency can say no”
“But now that the Sam-Rand twins are blatantly, repeatedly distorting "urban renewal" far beyond anyone's intent in enacting it, they can expect lots of pushback.”
“A possibly protracted delay in enacting new tax cutting legislation suggests that withholding rates will could rise on January 1st leading to am undesired contractionary fiscal policy which the Republicans might get blamed for, especially if the economy stumbles early next year.”
“Once upon a time, the Commission played an essential role in enacting landmark civil rights legislation, visiting communities ravaged by segregation and Jim Crow to document widespread discrimination.”
“If the House Republicans are successful in enacting their plan, a short list of laws that would effectively cease to exist includes:”
“In typical GOP fashion ... if ANY obstacle is encountered in enacting any legislation ..... the GOP 'We're taking our ball and going home' attitude is inexcusable!”
“We do not believe that the Legislature intended this result in enacting CPLR 202.”
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