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- n. the unification of states to form a federal union
- n. the assumption of control or authority by a federal government
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The act of federalizing, or the state of being federalized.
- n. Confederation; federal union.
- n. Also federalisation.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the act of being put under federal control
- n. the state of being under federal control
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Or will it simply reinforce the "federalization" of research funding, pulling scientists out of state colleges?
"Discussions of instituting new systems this close to the August deadline, such as federalization of screening, are unrealistic, disruptive and counter-productive to our industry's ability to comply," said Fried.
Most notably in his co-authorship along with Les Gelb for a plan that called for the "federalization" of the country.
Total “federalization” of the electrical grid is neither necessary nor sufficient to meeting our grid needs.
Unfortunately, as the exhibit makes clear through a series of informative panels and illustrations, the federalization of the Revolutionary War debt set a remarkable precedent: The federal government has been in debt every year of its existence but one—1835.
I want to import a car without federalization doubling the total cost.
Wonks will point out that things like the leverage limits and countercyclical capital requirements, resolution authority, new derivatives oversight, increased federalization of corporate governance, and so on are really important.
Lieberman, actually, had one of the most ambitious plans, calling for a national exchange called “Medichoice,” a federalization of SCHIP which he would rename “MediKids,” and a Medicaid expansion plus new insurance regulations.
Ezra Klein channels Tom Harkin who thinks the Nelson deal (getting full federal reimbursement for Medicaid expansion) might lead to full federalization of Medicaid.
Obama needs a federal health insurance plan as a stepping stone to full federalization of health care finances.