So insistently did Renaissance writers hammer at the issue of vagrancy;" Linda Woodbridge says at the outset of her new study, "so frenetically did the Tudors legislate against
vagrancy, that R.
But unfortunately, there is no way to legislate against
the fundamental problem that afflicted Enron: a culture that put the welfare of the top executives ahead of investors and employees.
It is only recently, however, that our society has given it a name and decided to monitor it, study it, and legislate against
Environmental groups, in particular Greenpeace, have urged the Mexican government to legislate against
GMO crops because they say large quantities of imported GMO corn are entering the country from the United States.
One of our recent Catholic Prime Ministers, Joe Clark, still mistakenly praises the book for its Christian humanism, and says that every politician knows that it is impossible to legislate against
Constitution that protect the right to contract, provide for "full faith and credit" (requiring recognition of court judgments of other states) and ensure that a state cannot legislate against
We could explicitly legislate against
the use of race in suspect profiles, but even explicit legislation would be bound to fail at street level.
The Congress can attempt to legislate barriers that try to stop institutions from shifting deposits, but the history of efforts to legislate against
such strong financial incentives is not encouraging.
You can't legislate against
road accidents - but making the alternatives to a congested road system more practical and attractive would certainly make a huge difference.
Owen Senior Until the outcome of the circumstances of incidents like this week's are made public it's pointless even contemplating strategies to legislate against
it happening again.
He said he will fight attempts to legislate against
seminaries whether he retains his deputy chairmanship or not.