Mandating [verb]

Definition of Mandating:

allow, authorize

Opposite/Antonyms of Mandating:

Sentence/Example of Mandating:

Models predict that if the US adopted a universal mask mandate, cases would almost immediately drop and lower death tolls would follow.

Kim Reynolds, who previously labeled coronavirus restrictions as “feel good measures,” ordered a statewide mandate requiring residents over the age of 2 to wear masks in indoor public spaces.

The new restrictions are notable for Reynolds, who has resisted implementing a statewide mask mandate since the spring.

Back in 2012, one of the key issues before the Supreme Court was the legality of the “individual mandate” — a component of the ACA that required all Americans to obtain health insurance or pay a penalty.

The plaintiffs argue that if the penalty is zero then it isn’t a tax, so the court’s 2012 reasoning no longer applies, and the mandate is unconstitutional.

The state should be focused on individuals who violated coronavirus mandates, not the thousands of compliant businesses “caught up in this crossfire,” he said.

The election was not just a choice of mayor but a referendum on regional transit ambitions and growth and it seems like Gloria has a mandate to deal with big problems in both areas.

Gloria said he’s hopeful that the results indicate he’s walking into the mayor’s office with a mandate on his biggest priorities.

They argue that protecting travelers and employees is squarely within the airport’s mandate.