carrying into effect


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British Foreign Minister Anthony Eden said to the British parliament in December 1942 that "the German authorities, not content with denying to persons of Jewish race in all the territories over which their barbarous rule extends, the most elementary human rights, are now carrying into effect Hitler's oft-repeated intention to exterminate the Jewish people.
Under Article 54, "the Council of Ministers shall exercise executive power in all other matters other than those which, under the express provisions of this Constitution, are within the competence of a Communal Chamber, including the following: (g) making of any order or regulation for the carrying into effect of any law as provided by such law;"
By cancelling the field trip to the Museum, rather, the District has unnecessarily exposed itself to potential liability for viewpoint discrimination against the Museum, by carrying into effect a 'heckler's veto' based on AU's hostility toward religion," the letter read.
Under the Necessary and Proper Clause,] Congress may also pass all laws necessary and proper for carrying into effect "all other powers vested by this Constitution in the government of the United States, or in any department of officer thereof.