legislate : Definition, Usages, News and More
- v make laws, bills, etc. or bring into effect by legislation
We cannot legislate how people spend their free time
- About 15,000 delegates, they estimate, will gather in Moscow from the ends of the earth to legislate in the Palace of the Soviets.
- Despite what Sonia Sotomayor must say, Justices often legislate from the bench, and that can be a good thing.
- This makes it easier to legislate and easier to surmount problems.
- John McCain in International Herald Tribune
Not content to merely predict failure in Iraq, my opponent tried to legislate failure,McCain said.
- George Voinovich in FOXNews
Judge Sotomayor's decisions, while not always the decision I would render, are not outside the legal mainstream and do not indicate an obvious desire to legislate from the bench,Republican Sen. George Voinovich of Ohio said on the Senate...
- Antonin Scalia in Keen News Service
The fact is,said Scalia, "that running a democracy takes a certain amount of civic courage. And the First Amendment does not protect you from criticism or even nasty phone calls when you exercise your political rights to legislate, or to...