Lawmakers [noun]

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The public will hear more about what exactly happened, and lawmakers will also have time to take more nuanced positions.

In the District, lawmakers in September approved a package of sweeping road-safety measures to accelerate improvements to bike and pedestrian infrastructure, expand the city’s automated traffic enforcement program and boost traffic safety education.

A second was to remind everyone of the lingering and lasting effects of the trauma on lawmakers, their staffs, law enforcement officers and Capitol support employees.

His supporters, the managers said, were heeding his calls with their violent plans to stop the vote count and even harm lawmakers.

Powell has repeatedly urged lawmakers to keep relief flowing, especially for the 10 million Americans whose jobs have not returned since the pandemic began.

Advocates and lawmakers continued to apply pressure, and by the end of 2019, the Board of Public Works agreed to pay the men about $9 million.

A few of these senators are also viewed as more moderate members, and Toomey is among the lawmakers who will be retiring after this term.

The firm’s progress report, which was released to state lawmakers Monday, shows that its investigators have struggled to gain momentum for their inquiry into the culture at the school, which enrolls 1,700 cadets.

In addition to Hogan and the business groups, a trade group representing regional newspapers has encouraged lawmakers to nix the digital ad tax.

In 2010, state lawmakers passed a law to stop huge retirement payouts for unused sick days, but taxpayers are still funding the largesse.