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In the new bill the territory of Nebraska was extended north all the way to the 49th parallel, and any decisions on slavery were to be made " when admitted as a state or states, the said territory, or any portion of the same, shall be received into the Union, with or without slavery, as their constitution may prescribe at the time of their admission.
Moreover, when a bill is introduced, the Speaker determines which committee shall consider it.
Offended, the Fairy Queen pronounces a magical " sentence " upon the peers: Strephon shall not only become a Member of Parliament, but will have the power to pass any bill he proposes, including throwing the peerage open to competitive examination.
President Abraham Lincoln signed a bill on June 30, 1864 granting Yosemite Valley and the Mariposa Grove of Giant Sequoias to the State of California " for public use, resort and recreation ," the two tracts " shall be inalienable for all time ".
In Spain, article 115 of the Constitution provides that the King shall give his assent to laws passed by the General Courts within 15 days after their final passing by them ; the absence of the royal assent, although not constitutionally provided, would mean the bill did not become law.
According to Article 91, within fifteen days of passage of a bill by the Cortes Generales, the king shall give his assent and publish the new law.
: No bill of attainder, ex post facto law, nor any law impairing the obligation of contracts, shall ever be passed, and no conviction shall work corruption of blood or forfeiture of estate.
Contrast this with the subtly more modern variation of the Texas version: Article 1 ( Titled Bill of Rights ) Section 16, entitled Bills of Attainder ; Ex Post Facto or Retroactive Laws: Impairing Obligation of Contracts: " No bill of attainder, ex post facto law, retroactive law, or any law impairing the obligation of contracts, shall be made ".
According to Article 91, within fifteen days that a bill has been passed by the Cortes Generales, the king shall give his assent and publish the new law.
According to Article 91, within fifteen days that a bill has been passed by the Cortes Generales, the king shall give his assent and publish the new law.
" In 1938, the Supreme Court reversed itself in part in Wright v. U. S., ruling that Congress could designate agents on its behalf to receive veto messages when it was not in session, saying that " the Constitution does not define what shall constitute a return of a bill or deny the use of appropriate agencies in effecting the return.
: While the U. S. Constitution has a clause that states " No bill of attainder or ex post facto law shall be passed " the Confederate Constitution adds a phrase to protect slavery.
: No bill of attainder, ex post facto law, or law denying or impairing the right of property in negro slaves shall be passed.
: No State shall enter into any treaty, alliance, or confederation ; grant letters of marque and reprisal ; coin money ; make anything but gold and silver coin a tender in payment of debts ; pass any bill of attainder, or ex post facto law, or law impairing the obligation of contracts ; or grant any title of nobility.
Article III ( Bill of Rights ), Section 22 specifically states: " No ex post facto law or bill of attainder shall be enacted.
The bill also prohibits military commissions and indefinite detention for individuals detained in the United States and affirms that any trial proceedings “ shall have all the due process as provided for under the Constitution .”
" However, the bill also included language that stated " a firearm shall not be determined to be particularly suitable for sporting purposes solely because the firearm is suitable for use in a sporting event "-possibly an attempt to rebut those that would argue that several of the firearms proposed to be banned are used in the national rifle matches held at Camp Perry each year.
The bill states that " No new recipients shall be funded after June 30, 2009.
He later tried to sponsor a similar bill commanding that " A person aged 18 years or above who is convicted of the murder of a police officer acting in the execution of his duty shall on conviction be sentenced to death.
A Member can also move to suspend the rules and take another action, such as to " suspend the rules and consider the bill ," and the House shall take the proposed action if two-thirds of those voting are in favor of the motion.
Martial law shall NOT be possible in this country as long as the people recognize the bill of rights as inalienable.
McDonald also co-sponsored a bill ' expressing the sense of the Congress that homosexual acts and the class of individuals who advocate such conduct shall never receive special consideration or a protected status under law '.
It began as a private member's bill proposed by Geulah Cohen, whose original text stated that " the integrity and unity of greater Jerusalem ( Yerushalayim rabati ) in its boundaries after the Six-Day War shall not be violated.

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Perhaps he had known then where that hundred dollar bill had come from and where it was taking his wife.
Conservative Oklahoma state legislators reacted by demanding Hill's resignation from the university, then introducing a bill to prohibit the university from accepting donations from out-of-state residents, and finally attempting to pass legislation to close down the law school.
In 1933, Bert Bell, understanding that prerequisites to a NFL franchise being granted to him were changes in the blue laws, played the primary role of convincing then Governor Gifford Pinchot to issue a bill before the Pennsylvanian legislature to deprecate the Blue Laws.
Bentinck, then still Conservative leader in the Commons, joined Disraeli in speaking and voting for the bill, although his own speech was a standard one of toleration.
# A bill of rights should be coupled with the constitution to prevent a dictator ( then believed to eventually be the president ) from exploiting citizens.
Theodore Roosevelt, then a member of the Assembly, said that he had initially voted for the bill believing it was wrong, but wishing to punish the unscrupulous railroad barons.
In 1999 the then Home Secretary Jack Straw introduced a controversial bill to limit the right to trial by jury.
If you love God, he tells us, then it's your duty to vote this healthcare bill in ...
In March the bill moved to the Senate Committee on Territories, which was then headed by Sen. Douglas.
Once approved by Parliament, the bill was then presented to voters in a referendum, and approved by 64 % of those voting in 16 March 2003.
" He then seized the records, snatched the bill from the hands of the clerk, drove the members out at the point of the bayonet, locked the doors, put the key in his pocket, and returned to Whitehall.
Friedman made newspaper headlines by proposing a negative income tax to replace the existing welfare system, and then opposing a bill to implement it because the bill proposed to supplement the existing system rather than replace it.
A major figure in the expansion of the genre was promoter Bill Graham, whose first rock concert in 1965 was a benefit that included Alan Ginsberg and the then unknown Jefferson Airplane on the bill.
# Sign the legislation ; the bill then becomes law.
If I cut him open, there wasn't metal, he was grown ... and then within twenty years you get the first bill not passed in the Senate where they applied for replication of animals, sheep and goats and cattle and animals and they turned it down, but if you can do that, then you can do human beings.
He also has a simple definition for talent in writing: " If you wrote something for which someone sent you a check, if you cashed the check and it didn't bounce, and if you then paid the light bill with the money, I consider you talented.
The one successful bill from the lobbying in the 1730s, which came into force on 29 September 1739, extended the provision prohibiting the import of foreign books to also prohibit the import of books that, while originally published in Britain, were being reprinted in foreign nations and then shipped to England and Wales.
The conflict over parliamentary procedure lasted three days, with Democrats delaying consideration of the bill by introducing points of order to challenge the maneuver, then appealing the Reed's rulings to the floor.
If the parliament passes a resolution of no confidence, or refuses to pass an important bill such as the budget, then the government must either resign so that a different government can be appointed or seek a parliamentary dissolution so that new general elections may be held in order to re-confirm or deny the government's mandate.
The Conservatives then formed a ministry, in which after long Parliamentary debate Disraeli passed the Second Reform Act of 1867, more far-reaching than Gladstone's proposed bill had been.
Senate GOP leader Trent Lott decided to pull a bill to abolish " the marriage penalty ," " which in the tax code reflects the fact that married couples who both work for wages frequently pay more in taxes then if they earned the same amount of income but weren't married.
The Congress then passed a bill establishing the Electoral Commission, which would determine the winner once and for all.
Through discussions with the manufacturer it was established that the appropriate circuitry integrated into the television set would be less expensive than the stand-alone box, and Ronald May, then a Sanyo employee, provided the expert witness testimony on behalf of Sanyo and Gallaudet University in support of the passage of the bill.

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