Definition of Lawmaking

1. Noun. The act of making or enacting laws.




Definition of Lawmaking

1. a. Enacting laws; legislative.

Definition of Lawmaking

1. Noun. the act of passing or enacting of laws, legislating ¹

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Definition of Lawmaking

1. [n -S]

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Literary usage of Lawmaking

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1. Introduction to Political Science by Raymond Garfield Gettell (1910)
"Sovereignty as lawmaking power. From this point of view sovereignty is located in the sum total of all lawmaking bodies in the government, provided these ..."

2. Politics for Young Americans by Charles Nordhoff (1899)
"Action in a lawmaking body means change; and laws ought to be changed seldom, ... All these are wholesome and necessary checks on the lawmaking power. ..."

3. Readings in Political Science by Raymond Garfield Gettell (1911)
"This would certainly be true if the electorate had also the right of instruction and of recall. If, however, the lawmaking body, when elected, ..."

4. Essentials in Civil Government: A Text-book for Use in Schools by Samuel Eagle Forman (1909)
"This power belongs to the lawmaking department and to it alone. A Mayor, a Governor, a President, a Judge, cannot raise a single penny by taxation. ..."

5. Negotiating Survival: Four Priorities After Rioby Richard N. Gardner by Richard N. Gardner (1992)
"From this there follow two other differences of eco- lawmaking: first, to secure the participation of developing countries it is necessary to have a 34 ..."

6. Everyday Civics: Community, State, and Nation by Charles Edgar Finch (1921)
"The lawmaking Body. — Following the preamble, the Constitution begins at once to tell about the organization of the legislative department or Congress. ..."

7. South Eastern Reporter by West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals, West Publishing Company, South Carolina Supreme Court (1922)
"The illicit sale of liquor being done usually clandestinely, secretly, and by resort to many evasions and ingenious devices, the lawmaking power found It ..."

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