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It seems to me that if you are legislating in an area which is going to curtail civil liberties to a significant extent, it is better to proceed by way of the evidence and the evidence of experience.
It seems tome that if youare legislating in an area which is going to curtail civil liberties to a significant extent, it is better to proceed by way of the evidence and the evidence of experience.
Jean Elisabeth Pedersen, Legislating the French Family: Feminism, Theater and Republican Politics, 1870-1920 (New Brunswick, 2003).
The white paper, "Network Neutrality: Phantom Problem, Unintended Consequences," concludes that legislating against any of the forms of network management currently in use harms consumers and businesses alike.
Succinctly put, Schansberg holds that abortion is a sin but, "Unless abortion implies direct costs imposed against another person, the political philosophy and practice developed in this book would classify the sin as legislating morality and thus not properly the subject of Christian efforts to legislate" (265).
They, like voters nationwide, are also coming to understand that we will not get what we want or need out of medical care by legislating it.
In the case of 315 Park Avenue South (at 24th Street), the State reneged on its lease by legislating an unusual use of the "executory clause.
Depending on who is legislating, this could turn out to be another slippery slope.
Would legislating an auditor's report on internal control have prevented these frauds?
The ethanol industry has seen rapid growth taking place as lawmakers are legislating ethanol blending into business.
The Chief Justice further said that the parliament was legislating and functional and they appreciated it.