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  • n  the quality of conforming to law

  • Still, for a candidate promising to track the whereabouts and lawfulness of every non-citizen living in the United States, it can't help his cause when he fails to spot .
  • Will's senseless death, of course, underscores the critical need for a return to lawfulness and order in Oaxaca.
  • Thus the emerging issue of the campaign may well be what Yankelovich calls the moral issue: the desire to restore a sense of purpose, trust, fairness, lawfulness and public .
News & Articles

  • U.S. justices to hear EPA appeal over air pollution rule
    By Lawrence Hurley WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday agreed to consider the lawfulness of an Obama administration effort to regulate air pollution that crosses state lines. At the request of the administration, the American Lung Association and environmental groups, the justices will review an appeals court ruling that invalidated the Cross-State Air Pollution rule, which ...
    June 24, 2013 - Reuters via Yahoo! News
Quotes

  • Trevor Manuel in Independent Online
    Manuel, who did not attend the hearing, said in an affidavit that Crawford-Browne's allegations "exceeded the bounds of lawfulness".
  • Dana Perino in Reuters
    The appropriate members of Congress have repeatedly been briefed on its substance, lawfulness, and effectiveness in protecting American lives by helping foil terrorist attacks,Perino said.

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