Legislation [noun]

Definition of Legislation:

law of a government

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Similarly, New Mexico passed legislation that lets county clerks proactively mail applications to vote absentee, but only some will.

Because it is a legislation that really reinforces the idea of purpose limitation and that one specific unity of the government has a specific mandate to process the data only for one specific reason.

In March, TransDigm benefited from another piece of legislation aimed at easing the economic dislocation of the pandemic.

A better approach would be to investigate those who finance fake-news networks and hold them accountable, using legislation that already exists.

Like Abrams, Sykes has a reputation for being able to get difficult legislation through despite not being in power.

In three years we were trying to pass legislation to ensure LGBT people would be fairly represented in our curriculum.

Our city has already begun the process of exerting greater control over its energy with the launch of San Diego Community Power, a new agency created by the passage of community choice energy legislation.

In 2014, Spain created legislation to make Google pay for snippets of news reused in its News aggregator.

The legislation, signed into law in March, says health insurers must pay for out-of-network testing at the cash price a facility posts on its website, or less.

While I have introduced legislation in the House to block this rule, the most immediate step we can all take is to speak out against this dangerous and discriminatory policy.