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Legislative

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

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However, presidents are defeated legislatively quite often.
"A legislatively mandated study of what Texas would do if the national Medicaid health program for the poor were abolished - or federal matching money to states were slashed - will examine how the state might improve its existing Medicaid or scrap it, Health and Human Services Commission chief Tom Suehs said today." - Study of Texas without a Medicaid program is 'looking at all options,' says social services czar, Trail Blazers
Others were of the view that such amendments were legislatively weak.
This paper presents findings from five separate investigations undertaken as part of the Texas College and Career Readiness Initiative, a legislatively mandated program to increase the number of students attending and succeeding in college.
Terry sees the importance of MONA as the only collective voice for the nursing profession at the State Capitol, which is where our livelihood is managed legislatively. It is also important that MONA has a professional lobbyist that monitors legislation affecting nursing.
Rather, they seek to limit, presumably by judicial fiat, a legislatively endorsed mechanism participated in by agreement between parties, which admittedly reduces the strain on the state's court system, without regard either to the legislature or to the parties to those agreements.
Illinois is far ahead of the national trend legislatively in this area.
This looks to be a legislatively rich Congress, and ONS will use its voice to advocate for you and our patients.
However, I am also firmly convinced that attempts to reverse this decision--either legislatively or by amending the state Constitution--will not meet with success."
Einhorn immersed himself in the AICPA's efforts to correct, both administratively and legislatively, the flawed law Congress passed in May' 2007 that raised the tax return reporting standards for tax return preparers to a level higher than that required of taxpayers (i.e., the "'more likely than not" threshold).
Legislatively fixed staffing ratios, such as those found in California, imply that "one size fits all," and cannot guarantee that the healthcare setting is safe or that the quality of care will be sufficient.
The section is also working to garner support for a Foes resolution adopted by the Bar Association of the District of Columbia to legislatively overturn the "incident to service" Feres exception to the FTCA.