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  • r  by legislation
    legislatively determined

  • As a lifelong Catholic, Pelosi could not feign surprise at being called upon by the Church to use her gift for persuasion to restrict abortion legislatively, or at least not to be .
  • Ask an Administration official what to expect legislatively this year and the answer will probably fall along these lines: reregulation of the financial markets, followed by the .
  • But not so fast; Scalia says abortion can be legislatively permitted or not as the people choose, and he will enforce whatever is democratically chosen.
News & Articles

  • Defense Consolidation: Who Gets Bought First?
    As overseas wars wind down and legislatively mandated cuts to military spending begin to bite, everybody in the defense industry is beginning to ask how sector consolidation will unfold. When you only have one big customer -- the government -- and that customer starts slashing its purchases of goods and services, it's inevitable that some suppliers will choose to exit the business.
    June 24, 2013 - Forbes

  • Jodi Rell in FOXNews
    ...Gov. M. Jodi Rell, a gay marriage opponent who also supports amending the Constitution to allow for initiatives and referendum, said she is "firmly convinced that attempts to reverse this decision either legislatively or by amending the...
  • Nancy Pelosi in Detroit Free Press
    I believe an intervention will happen, either legislatively or from the administration,Pelosi said. "I think it's pretty clear that bankruptcy is not an option."
  • Harry Reid in Arizona Republic
    I'm not sure much is impossible legislatively,Reid said Thursday. "The American people have indicated . . . that they are fed up with what's going on."

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