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  • n. Plural form of enforcement.

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Examples

  • "This bill has iron clad sequestration enforcements to get spending and debt down in an orderly and sustainable way," Mr. Corker told me in an interview.

    Budget Showdown II

  • You are paying for the services provided by gov't that allow you to earn this income .... examples of such services are national defense, protection and enforcements of civil contracts thru the legal system, law enforcement that goes after people that try or do steal from you etc.

    Economics vs. Populism, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • Eric Krieg writes: examples of such services are national defense, protection and enforcements of civil contracts thru the legal system, law enforcement that goes after people that try or do steal from you etc.

    Economics vs. Populism, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • States and local governments within states and territories have absolute discretion to enact and enforce criminal and civil laws to the extent such enactments and enforcements do not violate the express language of this Constitution.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Help Draft the Federalism Restoration Amendment

  • I remember being inclined to law enforcements side at the time it happened, but I never really followed it very closely at the time or since.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Waco

  • Id like to ask the Field and Stream interviewer what percentage capsaicinoids law enforcements are allowed to use in the U.S..?

    Booth Babes?

  • It has reduced point-source pollution and increased allocative efficiency, but monitoring and enforcements costs are the same or higher, dirty plants become more concentrated, market power can prevent entry of cleaner plants, and the whole system is controlled by corporations with an incentive to fraud, politically aided and abetted by the government.

    Environmentalist Forecasting Model, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • More broadly, it is impossible to duck the matter of whether this law's powers would stop at health care, as its backers insist, or whether it will be merely the first wave of other such mandated enforcements, if the federal government is given the power to compel individuals to participate in commerce, rather than merely regulate it.

    ObamaCare Goes to Court

  • Concern over the possible impact of reform on law enforcements' budgets concedes the point that forfeiture is being used as a revenue generator, and this is deeply problematic.

    Christina Walsh: It's Time to Reform California's Civil Forfeiture Laws

  • The future holds three alternative models of stability: The first is Gadhafism, the stability of the fist; the second is the enforcements of Islam; and the last—and most desirable—is economic modernity.

    The Stability Dilemma

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