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Legislative

Pertaining to the governmental function of lawmaking or to the process of enacting laws.

legislative

adjective congressional, decreeing, lawgiving, lawmaking, legislating, ordained by legislaaion, ordaining, prescriptive, statutory
Associated concepts: legislative enactment
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At least some DULA municipalities believe that the legislatively designated TCEA is self-executing, and that SB 360 effectively proscribed the enforcement of transportation concurrency within the legislatively designated TCEAs.
org and check out GNA's Communities of Practice page and let us hear your thoughts on safe staffing systems and legislatively mandated fixed ratios.
He said the organization's biggest challenge is getting the word out about the benefits of joining the chamber, including how the chamber can represent businesses legislatively.
Incentives can come legislatively, which is occurring elsewhere in the world, but the principle pressure is the buyer.
Fourth, election years are difficult time frames to do controversial things legislatively.
sector, where the Patrol has been legislatively prohibited from funding construction of checkpoints since fiscal year 1999.
The judges found Miss Jagger's work, on the extremely timely and legislatively important topic of "cool roofing," to be comprehensive and well thought-out, with a balanced regard for both scientific content and practical application.
The report, The Efficacy of Choice Threats Within School Accountability Systems: Results from Legislatively Induced Experiments, however, stresses that the results don't measure overall effectiveness of either NCLB or Florida's A+ Accountability Plan.
I think we continue to work with members of Congress, work on the Hill, advance the various things that we're working on legislatively and at the federal level.
Coleman has oversight responsibilities for the OIG's overall reporting and communications, including its legislatively mandated semiannual reports to the Congress; as well as the quality assurance of OIG products and processes.
Many state associations have been active legislatively working to change some aspect of their profession, and oftentimes the end result will have a domino effect on nearby states.
Each application must be judged on its merits when and only when the various assessments and legislatively required processes have been completed.