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  • r  not permissibly
    the radon level in the basement was impermissibly high

  • He ruled that the law forced government officials and employees "to curtail their free-speech rights" by impermissibly tying their tongues in their dealings with non-English .
  • Morison's lawyers moved last month to get the case dismissed on the ground that the language of the Espionage Act is "impermissibly vague.
  • Powell's attorneys claimed that the incriminating gun should not have been used as evidence because the vagrancy statute invoked to arrest him was later ruled impermissibly vague.

  • Samuel Alito in Christian Science Monitor
    We have never upheld the constitutionality of a law that imposes different contribution limits for candidates who are competing against each other,Alito wrote. "This scheme impermissibly burdens [a self-financed candidate's] First...
  • Richard Kramer in
    The denial of marriage to same-sex couples appears impermissibly arbitrary,said Richard Kramer, a San Francisco superior court judge. "Simply put, same-sex marriage cannot be prohibited solely because California has always done so."
  • Dolores Sloviter in Forbes
    This language in effect impermissibly directed the jury to consider whether the poultry workers had demonstrated some sufficiently laborious degree of exertion, rather than some form of activity controlled or required by the employer,Judge...

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