Law [noun]

Definition of Law:

rules of a government, society

Opposite/Antonyms of Law:

Sentence/Example of Law:

In Wisconsin, the Green Party effort to get on the ballot was boosted by help from some Republicans and a prominent law firm that does work for the GOP.

Most recently, he took a big shot at the traditional legal industry with Atrium, a law firm and legal software startup that raised big rounds of funding before shuttering earlier this year.

Fischer stressed that these updates, together with Breonna’s Law, are “substantial” and create a new level of scrutiny for obtaining search warrants.

Last October, President Jair Bolsonaro signed a law compelling federal bodies to share most of the data they hold on Brazilian citizens and consolidate it in a vast, centralized database.

Quinn has worked as an elections official in Virginia with von Spakovsky and has co-taught a law school course with him.

Zero-rating was a particular worry, because the law did not specifically mention it.

The landmark law was written by Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez.

Meanwhile, groups like the Partnership on AI, recognizing the lack of geographic diversity in AI more broadly, have recommended changes to visa laws and proposed policies that make it easier for researchers to travel and share their work.

Plus, Pennsylvania laws don’t make such voting easy, and they also require election managers to toss out ballots that arrive after Election Day — even if they’ve been postmarked as having been sent weeks before.

That’s why Cuyahoga is holding $100 million back, in hopes that Congress will change the law, while staring down the possibility of cutting everything from social workers to prison guards.