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legislative

1. of or relating to legislation
2. having the power or function of legislating
3. of or relating to a legislature
4. Rare another word for legislature
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The revelation that the FHA's reserves were higher than legislatively mandated drew questions about whether it might cut premiums further.
However, presidents are defeated legislatively quite often.
As reported in Logistics Management, major drivers for this loss include high expenses for the legislatively mandated prefunding of retiree health benefits as well as the ongoing volume decline in First Class Mail volumes--due in large part to the ongoing diversion of mail from paper to electronic communications.
The recent legislatively set fee schedule provides for $2,500 for nonlife felonies, $3,000 for life felonies and $15,000 for death penalty cases, and requires attorneys who accept these cases to agree not to seek higher fees.
The State National Security Committee proposes to legislatively streamline the process of purchase and use of audio surveillance equipment in Kyrgyzstan.
While no state has legislatively mandated the wearing of school uniforms, 28 states and the District of Columbia have enacted laws addressing school attire.
Only eight of Florida's 67 counties meet the definition of "dense urban land area" (DULA), (1) and two of those (Broward and Miami-Dade) are exempt from the legislatively designated transportation concurrency exception areas (TCEAs).
Illinois is far ahead of the national trend legislatively in this area.
This looks to be a legislatively rich Congress, and ONS will use its voice to advocate for you and our patients.
However, I am also firmly convinced that attempts to reverse this decision--either legislatively or by amending the state Constitution--will not meet with success.
Legislatively fixed staffing ratios, such as those found in California, imply that "one size fits all," and cannot guarantee that the healthcare setting is safe or that the quality of care will be sufficient.
The section is also working to garner support for a Foes resolution adopted by the Bar Association of the District of Columbia to legislatively overturn the "incident to service" Feres exception to the FTCA.