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enabling legislation

noun establishing legislaaion, first initiative, law giving authority, law giving power, law granting authority, law granting license, law investing power, original ordinance, seminal measure, underlying act, underlying legislative pronouncement
Associated concepts: enacting clause
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It also recommends federal enabling legislation to provide appropriate authority for the supervision review department.
This Statement also specifies the accounting and financial reporting requirements if new enabling legislation replaces existing enabling legislation or if legal enforceability is reevaluated.
Now its new Comprehensive Interpretive Plan (CIP) encourages individual parks to jump from their often-narrow enabling legislation into broader approaches to history and culture.
Participation in the study after the need for enabling legislation is identified should not consti influence legislation." In the interest of promoting participation by outside stakeholders in system as the wage reporting simplification), the Treasury should craft a broad safe harbor that excludes p such studies from the reach of the lobbying provisions, Participants who provide data for the study to express opinions to the consultants (or IRS officials) regarding the operation of the system with related to their participation in the study being placed beyond the pale of deductibility.
Escudero said the enabling legislation for the entry of a third telco should include a provision setting a 90-day deadline to submit all requirements.
But that sale is contingent on the building boards accepting a $140 million capital improvement program for which special enabling legislation must be passed in Albany, so they can pass along the costs to residents.
Early in the study, the consultants advised that implementation of this proposal will likely require enabling legislation. Is participation in the study after the need for enabling legislation is identified tainted as an "attempt to influence legislation"?7
Rather than risk slipping into this fundamental change through backup authority, the Board of Governors feels it would be a wiser course of action to return to the Congress for enabling legislation in the future should such authority appear necessary.
Congress needs to fast-track the passage of an enabling legislation for the country to develop nuclear technology as an 'alternative energy' source, Sen.
However, the press of economic concerns coupled with opposition from the banking lobby apparently shelved the bill, said CUAC, which pledged to resume its campaign for enabling legislation in the next session.
The enabling legislation required a review of the Technology Workforce Development Grants program by an external expert evaluation team on a biennial basis.
While South Carolina is expecting a dozen captives after only one year, many states that have had the enabling legislation on the books for years have attracted few captives.