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- adjective Not
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And it delegates to the secretary of the Treasury the power to spend taxpayer dollars as he sees fit, in violation of the express constitutional grant of the nondelegable spending power to the Congress.
A reading of this statutory provision makes it clear that the Legislature has imposed upon the parents of a child the nondelegable affirmative duty to provide their child with adequate medical care.
The duty to make such determinations shall be nondelegable.