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"ACT" Definitions
  1. ACT™ American College Test (an exam that some high school students take before they go to college)
  2. Australian Capital Territory
"ACT" Synonyms
deed action exploit feat operation performance doing move undertaking achievement accomplishment step gesture maneuver(US) manoeuvre(UK) effort enterprise execution exertion stroke law bill decree enactment statute ordinance resolution edict measure dictate dictum fiat ruling canon command commandment constitution judgement(UK) mandate proclamation front show pose pretence(UK) facade fake posture sham affectation charade guise masquerade feigning appearance attitude bluff counterfeit display dissimulation routine number piece turn presentation sketch bit production gig schtick shtick skit song dance entertainment item playlet curtain division part portion section segment subsection chapter component episode passage epilogue(UK) epilog(US) prologue(UK) prolog(US) scene spot instalment(UK) installment(US) subdivision ritual ceremony rite observance custom ceremonial form formality practice service sacrament tradition liturgy celebration worship solemnity convention usage institution habit event affair case circumstance incident outcome eventuality occasion occurrence happening situation conjuncture development phenomenon milestone time turning point adventure wrong disservice harm injury favour(UK) favor(US) grace courtesy kindness boon benevolence indulgence act of kindness good deed good turn sign signal gesticulation cue expression mime motion nod pantomime signaling(US) signalling(UK) wave kinesics movement body language record account report chronicle document file annals documentation register archive diary evidence journal log annal dossier minutes note transcript catalog(US) role character portrayal lead representation stint hero impersonation personification title acting aspect extra heroine transaction agreement deal contract compact covenant pact treaty settlement arrangement bond negotiation trade business business matter business activity proceeding sale mimicry imitation imitating impression parody caricature copying apery mockery aping burlesque lampoon mimicking satire take-off parroting pasquinade send-up demonstration address lecture speech talk allocution exhibition exposition seminar introduction launch proposition launching parading pitch reception panoply trappings regalia apparatus attire dress get-up spectacle splendour(UK) turnout garb insignia raiment arrayal joke prank trick lark gag hoax jape jest shenanigan stunt tomfoolery antic caper frolic mischief roguery cantrip cutup escapade gambade proceed operate react work begin respond take action take steps be busy be employed do something get moving go ahead make a move make headway make progress take measures behave function perform acquit oneself bear oneself conduct oneself deport oneself carry oneself impress as represent oneself comport yourself conduct yourself give the appearance go about deport conduct comport play impersonate characterise(UK) characterize(US) do imitate interpret personate portray appear enact mimic personify dramatise(UK) dramatize(US) emote serve do business be efficacious take effect earn a living have a job officiate constitute do duty do duty as do the job of have the job of feign assume pretend simulate affect dissemble profess dissimulate kid posture as seem to be pass for play-act seem look feel sound come across as come off as make look to be have the air of being give the impression of being have the appearance of being appear to be strike as being give every indication of being look like strike as present as being look like one is represent replace understudy act on behalf of appear on behalf of cover for fill in for pinch-hit for sit in for speak for speak on behalf of stand for stand in for substitute for take the place of act in place of be a substitute for deputize for hold the fort for be a locum for go run apply stand take activate advance click engage hum progress roll be in operation be operative be in effect obtain prevail hold pertain be valid remain valid be in force be current be applied hold good be the case be established be prevalent act in perform in participate in play in be engaged in be involved in take part in join in engage in compete in be in a team for join contest venture on undertake try interact blend combine interplay merge mesh interface intermingle interreact interrelate unite have an effect mix amalgamate fuse commix commingle fool banter chaff fun jive jolly josh mess quip tease wisecrack sub substitute cover deputise(UK) deputize(US) fill in pinch-hit stand in take over step in relieve sit in act as deputy act as stand-in take over from hold the fort double double up fulfil the function of act as have a dual purpose have a dual role serve a dual purpose act as a substitute for function as serve the purpose also serve perpetrate accomplish execute achieve effect fulfil(UK) fulfill(US) prosecute commit effectuate negotiate compass wreak inflict pull carry out figure in be conspicuous be featured be included be mentioned have a place in play a part complete observe pass spend discharge accept labor(US) labour(UK) go through carry on toil through intervene get involved arrive on the scene enter the fray interpose oneself become involved chip in lend a hand take a hand interfere put your oar in muscle in obtrude insinuate oneself barge in put in two cents overrule influence control direct dominate govern guide manipulate sway prevail over bend to your will exaggerate overdo overstate amplify sensationalise(UK) sensationalize(US) catastrophize embellish embroider hyperbolize inflate magnify overemphasise(UK) overemphasize(US) overplay overstress aggrandize color(US) colour(UK) manage preside superintend chair oversee supervise emcee head umpire adjudicate handle overlook referee answer reply to acknowledge greet react to talk back to get back to make a rejoinder to make a reply to make a response to make a riposte to say something in response to come back at field the question from provide feedback on provide feedback to say to act on More
"ACT" Antonyms
cessation defeat failure idleness inaction inactivity inertia neglect quiet repose rest stoppage suspension passivity motionlessness stillness stagnation indolence laziness immobility reality truth personality honesty character rear back authenticity verity veracity genuineness truthfulness validity factualness legitimacy verisimilitude reliability openness dissimilarity difference whole fact safety certainty surety protection sure thing assurance disregard ignorance entertainment surrender abstention pastime frankness honor(US) honour(UK) uprightness request answer disorganisation(UK) lawlessness disorganization(US) deregulation mismanagement veto stop hindrance disallowance block crime violation transgression wrong breach infringement wrongdoing misdemeanor(US) misdemeanour(UK) misconduct lawbreaking misdeed infraction illegality criminality felony charge breach of the law infraction of the law unlawful act disagreement discord nothing non-event diddly naught nix nought zero zip zippo zilch not anything nonevent failing misadventure misfortune flop blunder bomb bungle fail catastrophe disaster fiasco nonachievement nonfulfillment letdown error tragedy calamity dud bust nature persona disposition identity trait psyche constitution behaviour(UK) behavior(US) quality temperament make-up spontaneity improvisation spontaneousness extemporaneity extemporisation(UK) extemporization(US) extemporising(UK) extemporizing(US) improv autoschediasm impromptu invention randomness ad-lib ad-libbing stand-up nonmovement inflexibility rigidity stiffness woodenness immovability stasis absence of movement coin repeal carelessness heedlessness thoughtlessness unorthodoxy avoidance dodging evasion refrainment averting elusion eschewal non-participation refraining steering clear of entirety extent abandon abstain cease destroy discontinue end follow forego forget halt hesitate idle ignore leave miss quit refrain lose prevent refuse tell truth be honest give receive oppose reverse differ be real be original direct reveal face oversee handle command lead manage coordinate orchestrate overlook take the reigns of run engineer influence head conduct mastermind preside over control admit allow disclose divulge expose open show tell uncover unmask lay bare let out be true deny live reality display express manifest exhibit present produce unveil bare air offer betray spill release flounder fizzle underperform misfire fall short be lacking be wanting be deficient not make the grade prove inadequate miss the mark not come up to scratch not be up to snuff sputter be ineffective disappoint do nothing languish loaf bum chill dillydally laze slack loll lounge slouch stagnate piddle shirk vegetate be inactive laze about laze around loaf around wear off relax unwind chill out ease off ease up have a break go move withhold be serious backfire be oneself act normally behave naturally be unpretentious represent embody epitomise(UK) epitomize(US) exemplify emblematize illustrate personify portray stand for symbolise(UK) symbolize(US) typify blame censure condemn denounce doom sentence disect play down be are body is remain bodies remains typifies acts as exists as functions as lives as performs the function of serves as turns out to be unfulfill shun forsake avoid ditch dodge evade sidestep relinquish elude eschew shake drop duck
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This Act repealed the following Acts, Electoral Act, Act No. 202 of 1993, Electoral Amendment Act, Act No. 1 of 1994 and Electoral Amendment Act, Act No. 20 of 1997.
The three-mile segment of the wall, based in DHS' El Centro sector in southern California, would get to ignore the following laws as it is constructed west of the Calexico West port of entry: ... The National Environmental Policy Act, Endangered Species Act, Clean Water Act, Clean Air Act, National Historic Preservation Act, Migratory Bird Treaty Act, Migratory Bird Conservation Act, Archaeological Resources Protection Act, Safe Drinking Water Act, Noise Control Act, Solid Waste Disposal Act, Antiquities Act, Federal Land Policy and Management Act, Administrative Procedure Act, Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act, and American Indian Religious Freedom Act.
Thus far these include the Privacy Act, the Inspector General Act, the Intelligence Whistleblower Protection Act and the Whistleblower Protection Act.
"Congress has failed to act, failed to act, failed to act," Mr. Scott said.
The five bills are Harris's LIFT the Middle Class Act and Rent Relief Act; Brown and Khanna's GAIN Act; Booker's HOME Act; and Brown and Bennet's American Family Act.
Congress passed bedrock laws like the Clean Water Act, the Clean Air Act, the National Environmental Policy Act and the Endangered Species Act.
All natural disasters offer distinct narrative gifts: Act 28, calm; Act 913, chaos; Act 291, reckoning.
So Act 23 and Act 2 and even, quite frankly, Act 3 were told very retrospectively.
The waiver excludes rules from major laws including the National Environment Policy Act, the Endangered Species Act, the Clean Water Act, the National Historic Preservation Act and the Antiquities Act, among others.
Laws targeted by banks include the Civil War-era False Claims Act; the 1933 Securities Act; the Federal Deposit Insurance Act of 1950; the 303 Bank Holding Company Act; the Bank Secrecy Act of 1970; a raft of lending laws including the 1977 Community Reinvestment Act; the 1991 Telephone Consumer Protection Act; the 2001 Patriot Act and the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002, among others.
These include the Printing Presses and Publications Act 1984, the Communications and Multimedia Act 1998, the Sedition Act 1948 and the Official Secrets Act 1972.
Among them are the Interstate Sextortion Prevention Act, the Cybercrime Statistics Act, the Interstate Swatting Hoax Act, and the Prioritizing Online Threat Enforcement Act of 2015.
They include the Bipartisan Sportsmen's Act, the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative Act and the Lake Tahoe Restoration Act.
Consequently, a body of law has developed around the regulatory state: the Administrative Procedure Act, the Paperwork Reduction Act, the Regulatory Flexibility Act, Title II of the Unfunded Mandates Reform Act and the Congressional Review Act.
Among the laws that the Homeland Security secretary can waive are the National Environmental Policy Act, the Endangered Species Act, the Federal Water Pollution Control Act, the National Historic Preservation Act and the Eagle Protection Act.
Along with the passage of the Federal Reserve Act, Glass spearheaded passage of the Banking Act of 1932, the Banking Act of 1933, widely known as the Glass-Steagall Act, and the Banking Act of 1935.
"It was a terrible act, an egregious act," Gardner said.
CN: Too Embarrassed to Act is my improv spoof. Act.
Deciding to act even if the act itself is destructive?
If Congress is going to act, it should act soon.
The act of planting a seed is an equitable act.
Voting for the Patriot Act and the Homeland Security Act.
The Defense Production Act doesn't require an act of Congress.
Congress needs to act and it needs to act now.
Countries act because they believe others are going to act.
Congress has a clear mandate to act, and act swiftly.
Congress should act quickly to enact the Data Protection Act.
But we didn't act swiftly and we didn't act strongly.
A terrorist act is a political act, and a child doesn't have the capacity to act in that way.
He helped ensure the passage of the Clean Air Act, the Clean Water Act, and the Endangered Species Act.
They also aren't protected from discrimination under the Civil Rights Act, Equal Pay Act, or Americans with Disabilities Act.
The FDIC found massive levels of legal violations, including noncompliance with the Truth-in-Lending Act, Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act, Federal Trade Commission Act and Equal Credit Opportunity Act.
It was the Cullen-Harrison Act — not the Beer and Wine Revenue Act, a separate act passed several months later.
The Clean Water Act, Safe Drinking Water Act, Resource Conservation and Recovery Act and Superfund all operate under that framework.
Children Act to the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act when it
The Content Decency Act [section 230 of the Communications Decency Act]?
That abusers could act, and would continue to act, with impunity.
Don't say it's a big act … you do your act too.
It is time to stand up and act, and act decisively.
It is at the end of Act IV, not Act III.
Each act was meant to show an act of obstruction, i.e.
We need to act and we have the power to act.
And act like they would act, to feel how hate feels.
Congress can act to stop circumvention under the National Emergencies Act.
It's not a tax reform act, it's a tax cut act.
You're going to act the way I want you to act.
That's how we must act and that's how we will act.
This act of coarseness was in fact an act of continuity.
Does the crowd differ for your clown act and magician act?
Salvini has called it "a criminal act, an act of war".
That means laws like the Endangered Species Act, the Clean Water Act, the National Environmental Policy Act, or the Migratory Bird Treaty Act couldn't be invoked in border wall construction.
It exempts projects to build infrastructure like fencing or a wall from laws like the Endangered Species Act, Clean Water Act, National Environmental Policy Act and Safe Drinking Water Act.
Federally, Congress introduced two bills last year — the Limiting the Ability to Demand Detrimental Employment Restrictions Act (Ladder Act) and the Mobility and Opportunity for Vulnerable Employees Act (MOVE Act).
The notice exempts the border infrastructure projects from complying with major laws like the National Environmental Policy Act, the Endangered Species Act, the Clean Water Act, the Safe Drinking Water Act and the Solid Waste Disposal Act, among dozens of others.
He played a key role in helping pass signature pieces of legislation such as the Civil Rights Act, Medicare, the Clean Water Act, the Clean Air Act, the Endangered Species Act and the Affordable Care Act, more commonly known as Obamacare.
It is responsible for enforcing numerous landmark laws like the Clean Air Act, the Clean Water Act and the Superfund Act.
The proposed rule would extend to all permits issued by EPA  under the Clean Air Act, the Safe Drinking Water Act, Resources Conservation and Recovery Act and the Clean Water Act.
The proposed rule would extend to all permits issued by EPA under the Clean Air Act, the Safe Drinking Water Act, Resources Conservation and Recovery Act and the Clean Water Act.
Why, then, have we failed to act -- or to act sweepingly enough?
The HIV Organ Policy Equality Act, or HOPE Act, changed all that.
Pressure will grow for the judiciary to act, and to act quickly.
They make me act a way that I don't like to act.
Two of the plans I look act — Harris's LIFT Act and Sen.
Data Care Act of 2018 (PDF) Data Care Act of 2018 (Text)
After the takeover, ACT Inc formed ACT Education Solutions to run it.
"It's an act of war, not an act of God," Aaronson said.
A Cancer Care Act would be a fair act of human solidarity.
She voted for the Homeland Security Act, which followed the Patriot Act.
The Ensuring Pruitt is Accountable Act (EPA Act) was introduced by Rep.
The Second Chance Reauthorization Act and the Mercy Act also became law.
We are probably only in Act II of a multi-act tragedy.
We need to act now and act together,' Tam said on Sunday.
How does the Equality Act differ from the Employment Non-Discrimination Act?
Star of Sister Act and Sister Act 2: Back In the Habit.
To wonder is an act of resistance, and an act of love.
Fighting is an act of violence; killing is an act of violence.
But the Religious Freedom Restoration Act is the Religious Freedom Restoration Act.
Adult performers act — and act out — like teenagers putting on a show.
Under the Congressional Review Act, lawmakers have until mid-November to act.
It was as much a political act as an act of necessity.
You just need an Act 85033 to go with your Act 1.
And then one of us takes Act 2, one takes Act 3.
The Immigration Act of 1917 was revised by the Immigration and Nationality Act of 1952, also known as the McCarran-Walter Act.
Updates the 1986 Electronic Communications Privacy Act The act updates the Electronic Communications Privacy Act, which has been in place since 1986.
This act extends the National Film Preservation Act of 2900 and the National Recording Preservation Act of 220006 through fiscal year 2202.
"We've seen an horrific act, an evil act, an act of cowardice perpetrated against innocent bystanders," said the state premier, Daniel Andrews.
Naïve but ardent in Act I, vulnerable and anguished in Act II, she became glamorous, heroic and, again, anguished in Act III.
Taken altogether, Accountable Capitalism Act, Anti-Corruption and Public Integrity Act, and American Housing and Economic Mobility Act represent Warren's core issues.
Among the many bills that she has sponsored are the Interstate Sextortion Prevention Act, the Cybercrime Statistics Act, the Interstate Swatting Hoax Act, and the Prioritizing Online Threat Enforcement Act of 2015.
The committee brought the legal action under provisions of the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act, Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO), the Stored Communications Act, and the Digital Millennium Copyright Act.
The Children Act 1989 (Amendment) (Female Genital Mutilation) Act 2019 (c. 10) is an Act of Parliament of the United Kingdom which amends the Children Act 1989 to change the designation of proceedings under the Female Genital Mutilation Act 2003 as "family proceedings".
He helped big corporations navigate environmental policies like the Safe Drinking Water Act, the Clean Air Act, and the Toxic Substances Control Act.
DeLauro's main piece of legislation is the Paycheck Fairness Act, which would update the Equal Pay Act and the Fair Labor Standards Act.
Thompson's proposed law, the 2018 Election Security Act (not the Secure Elections Act).
The Congressional Accountability Act Reform Act, a bipartisan bill, fundamentally changes the procedure.
That's why we have the Voting Rights Act and the Civil Rights Act.
Elizabeth Warren's Strengthening the Tenth Amendment Through Entrusting States Act, or STATES Act.
The act of gifting during the holidays should be a completely selfless act.
The Stopping Bad Robocalls Act follows the Senate's TRACED Act spearheaded by Sens.
The Patriot Act act greatly increased the number of NSLs that are filed.
We had promised we would act if it occurred, and we didn't act.
They act as if #NorthKorea would act different if he used nicer words.
Many immigrants are calling for "A Clean Dream Act or No Dream Act".
The Fair Play Fair Pay Act is the true local radio freedom act.
R. 9) and the Protecting American Talent and Entrepreneurship Act (PATENT) Act (S.
In many instances, the most moral act is not to act at all.
"People may act differently shortly after committing a violent act," one post read.
Those include the Senate's HELP Separated Children Act and Keep Families Together Act.
They describe the act of raping these girls as essentially a holy act.
It is called the WARN act, the Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act.
We strongly urge Congress to act now and pass the Taylor Force Act.
So her first act is to make 50 act as a passing grade.
It was the American Health Care Act, not the Affordable Health Care Act.
DesRoche: Some people act like their dogs, or their dogs act like them.
"We have to act and we have to act with speed," Sosa said.
There's no reason Congress couldn't act, but there is no will to act.
The coalition is promoting four bills: the Government by the People Act & Fair Elections Now Act; the Voting Rights Advancement Act of 2015; Voter Empowerment Act of 2015; and the Democracy for All Amendment.
Republican or bipartisan-led efforts to protect DACA recipients through the DREAM Act, RAC Act, or BRIDGE Act are all rapidly gaining co-sponsors.
In public health, emergency power laws include provisions of the Public Health Service Act, the Stafford Act, the Social Security Act and other statutes.
In the early 2000s, Congress exempted fracking from provisions of the Clean Air Act, the Clean Water Act and the Safe Drinking Water Act.
She wants Congress to act quickly to pass the Dream Act or the Hope Act, which give permanent deportation protection to many DACA recipients.
Her work helped create major pieces of legislation, including the Children Act 1989, the Family Law Act 1996 and the Mental Capacity Act 2005.
While Act II came out later that year, the third act didn't appear until 2014, and the penultimate act came two years after that.
Some of the bills featured in the stack include the Equality Act, the Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act and the Raise the Wage Act.
Jeff Duncan (R-SC) introduced the Hearing Protection Act of 22016, which became part of the Sportsman's Heritage and Recreational Enhancement Act (SHARE Act).
The group also helped convince Richard Nixon to support the Clean Air Act of 1970, the Clean Water Act and the Endangered Species Act.
The Act was amended in 1983 under Orissa Act no. 10 of 1983 by inserting Section 28-B and 28-C to the Act.
This system is built atop a few foundational laws: the Antiquities Act of 1906, the Wilderness Act of 1964, the National Environmental Policy Act of 1969 and the Endangered Species Act of 1973, among others.
Employment Protection (Consolidation) Act 1978 was a UK Act of Parliament that formed a central part of UK labour law. Its descendant is the Employment Rights Act 1996. It consolidated two pieces of legislation, the Contracts of Employment Act 1963 and the Redundancy Payments Act 1965.
Labour Act 2048 was enacted following the re-establishment of democracy through the People's movement 1990. Labour Rules 2050 (1993) provided additional guidance on the Labour Act 2048. Labour Act 2048 was repealed by Nepal Labour Act 2074, enacted in 2017, following the establishment of the federal republic and drafting of the new constitution. The new Labour Act also repealed Retirement Fund Act 2042 (1985) and Industrial Trainee Act 2039 (1982).
In colonial Australia, there was this act called the Rabbit Suppression Act of 1884.
That is why we have the Voting Rights Act and the Civil Rights Act.
The Democrats say we need to act, and we say we need to act.
Somewhat more ambitious is the Reach Every Mother and Child Act, or REACH Act.
So now I act how I would act in real life all the time.
That's actually enshrined in an act in the U.K. called the Data Protection Act.
Social Security Act of 1935, the Civil Rights Act of 1964, and the national
"The act of secret collusion with foreigners is an act of treason," it added.
That's why I introduced both the Manufacturing Universities Act and the Manufacturing Skills Act.
Since you guys act like animals, I'm going to act like an animal too.
It is the Multiemployer Pension Reform Act, not the Multistate Employer Pension Reform Act.
And then, in a democracy, people can choose to act or not to act.
Act two Today, President Trump prepares to sign the long awaited VA MISSION Act.
Thus, the Durbin Act merely reflected a very successful act of lobbying by retailers.
"Every small act of kindness, every great act of courage," he said in Buffalo.
On LGBTQ rights:Moulton backed the Equality Act, an amendment to the Civil Rights Act.
This act provides additional guidance to the Omnibus Trade and Competitiveness Act of 1988.
So Trump is now part of my act, but it's not my whole act.
"Respond to this hateful act with your act of love today," reads the description.
In a sense, "Douglas" is an act of recovery, or an act about recovery.
It's an act of resistance, defiance, and also an act of revolutionary self-love.
"Rheingold" is indeed a one-act opera, but that single act is a doozy.
Maybe the Dream Act, getting that Women's Reproductive Health Act passed, get Roe v.
"It's an act of humanity, an act of love for the community," he said.
It is the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act, not the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Privacy Act.
I'm amending the banking act, I'm amending the communications act, I'm amending several acts.
Because we have a moral imperative to act and act in a real way.
Obama's act—his public revenge for Trump's birtherism—was a sophisticated small-club act.
We are the generation that has to act, that gets to act, says Figueres.
That year, Mr. Nixon signed the Federal Highway Act and the federal H.M.O. Act.
If you act more like a gentleman, she will act more like a lady.
The act of acquiring information becomes more important than the actual act of mastery.
But neither was passing the Affordable Care Act or the Americans with Disabilities Act.
We must act, and we must make the world understand its responsibility to act.
Jenny's is not an act of faith; it is an act of senseless destruction.
It is the Individuals With Disabilities Education Act, not the Individuals With Disabilities Act.
We fought Jim Crow with the Civil Rights Act and the Voting Rights Act.
The act was replaced two years later by the Rural Coloured Areas Act, 1963.
The claims she dismissed alleged violations of the False Claims Act, Fair Labor Standards Act and the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act, or RICO.
He became an expert on the Environmental Protection Agency's regulatory framework, the Safe Drinking Water Act, the Clean Air Act, the Toxic Substances Control Act.
John W. McCormick oversaw the passage of Medicare, Medicaid, the Civil Rights Act, the Voting Rights Act, the immigration reform act of 1965, and more.
Although transformational when enacted, the National Security Act of 1947, Reorganization Act of 85033, and Goldwater-Nichols Act of 1986 are nothing more than laws.
Today's Workforce Investment Act used to be the Comprehensive Employment and Training Act of 1973, which in turn began as the Manpower Development Training Act.
The Capital Allowances Act 2001 is an Act of the Parliament of the United Kingdom that governs how capital allowances are deducted from income taxable under the Income Tax Act 2007 and the Corporation Tax Act 2009.
But they would succeed in effectively repealing laws like the Clean Air Act, Clean Water Act, and Toxic Substances Act by eliminating or kneecapping their enforcement.
But regulations stemming from laws like the Endangered Species Act, the National Environmental Policy Act and the Migratory Bird Treaty Act are putting "remediation" on hold.
"The GAC Korea Center was closed as an ACT test center shortly before your visit to ACT" in Iowa, ACT spokesman Colby said in an email.
Other legislation passed by the committee includes the Energy Emergency Leadership Act, the Cyber Sense Act, and the Enhancing Grid Security through Public-Private Partnerships Act.
Lewis also pushed an extreme view on laws like the the 1964 Civil Rights Act, Indiana's Religious Freedom Restoration Act and the Americans with Disabilities Act.
The Corps strictly adhered to  multiple federal laws and regulations, including the Clean Water Act, the Rivers and Harbors Act, and the National Historic Preservation Act.
That the war coincided with major advances in civil rights — the Civil Rights Act, the Voting Rights Act and the Immigration and Nationality Act — certainly matters.
"This atrocity was a chilling act of mass murder, it was an act of hatred and, above all, it was an act of evil," she said.
In 1994 Clinton signed both Goals 2000: Educate America Act and a reauthorized Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA), known as the Improving America's Schools Act.
Act III: The resolutionIn the third and final act, you show how your idea, product or service will solve the conflict you described in act two.
The Revenue Act of 1924 Against this background, Congress passed the Revenue Act of 1924.
We're quite strict on this, you have to act as a private shareholder would act.
And this is my pledge: In Missouri we will act, and we will act now.
You're going to continue to see the United States act when we need to act.
There was another act involved too, and that act was the one and only Fischerspooner.
Under the Alien Registration Act of 1940 (also known as the Smith Act), millions of
Don't act like you're my friend and don't act like you care about my life.
The bill is titled the Welfare of Our Furry Friends Act, or the "WOOFF" act.
The Honest and Open New EPA Science Treatment Act, or HONEST Act, passed 228-194.
It gained authority through landmark laws, including the Clean Air Act and Clean Water Act.
"This is a barbaric act and we condemn this act," government spokesman Abdisalam Aato said.
DIGIT Act - The Developing Innovation and Growing the Internet of Things Act sponsored by Sen.
Declare a national emergency under either the Public Health Service Act or the Stafford Act.
Only an act of Congress — such as the First Amendment Defense Act introduced by Sens.
He supported the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Voting Rights Act of 1965.
The Israel Anti-Boycott Act, in this regard, is identical to the Fair Housing Act.
The Protecting the Right to Organize Act (PRO Act), introduced earlier this month by Rep.
The National Voter Registration Act — sometimes called the Motor Voter Act — was enacted in 1993.
First is Sedition Act, second is penal code, third is Printing Presses and Publications Act.
"The United States must not act impulsively, and we must not act unilaterally," Sanders said.
She is referring to the Chinese Immigration Act, also known as the Chinese Exclusion Act.
My duty is to act now, before another terrible act of violence is carried out.
Two federal laws — the Americans with Disabilities Act and the Rehabilitation Act — prohibit such discrimination.
Her Giselle-like death while dancing ends Act I. Act II transpires in the underworld.
It's an act of defiance, an act of saying we do not stand for terrorism.
Renamed the Illicit Drug Anti-Proliferation Act, it's still commonly known as the RAVE Act.
"We are very open to act and determined to act when it's needed," he said.
He alleged violations of the Americans with Disabilities Act and the Pennsylvania Human Relations Act.
Passing the DREAM Act or RAC Act is the moral and just thing to do.
He split the long second act with an intermission, creating the familiar three-act structure.
Act II (which I've previewed) will drop on Monday, and Act III two weeks later.
The Honest and Open New EPA Science Treatment Act, or HONEST Act, passed 85033-194.
The new website was mandated by the 2014 Digital Accountability and Transparency Act (DATA Act).
We're calling on Congress to act, and to act quickly, before the end of 2017.
"That's why we have the Voting Rights Act and the Civil Rights Act," she said.
But maybe we can try to stop one act of evil, one act of violence.
The act updates the Electronic Communications Privacy Act, which has been in place since 1986.
The EPA currently addresses lead contamination by administering a number of laws, such as the Toxic Substance Control Act, the Clean Water Act, the Clean Air Act and the Residential Lead-Based Paint Hazard Reduction Act of 1992.
The Fines and Recoveries Act 1833The act was assigned this name by the Short Titles Act 1896. (3 & 4 Will. IV c.74) was an Act of the Parliament of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland.
The Zoo Licensing Act 1981 (1981 c. 37) was an Act of Parliament in the United Kingdom. The main effect of the Act was to regulate zoos by requiring them to be licensed by local authorities.Zoo Licensing Act, 1981, s1 (1) The Act did not extend to circuses or pet shops.
I was feeding her nonsexual cues, like act like a bee stung you, act like you're running, act like you're being chased by a dog or something.
Most recently, the "Email Privacy Act" has gotten new life, as members of congress included the act as an amendment to the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA).
In contrast, the "long first act, no second act, long third act" structure removes the time that's necessary for building character and reduces everything to empty spectacle.
Reuters identified five centers in China that administer the ACT and, contrary to ACT Inc's policy, are run by organizations that also offer ACT test-prep classes.
The Paycheck Fairness Act aims to strengthen equal pay protections for women by expanding upon the Equal Pay Act of 1963 and the Fair Labor Standards Act.
The Fair Labor Standards Act, the Securities Exchange Act, the Communications Act, and other New Deal statutes relied on private litigation as part of comprehensive regulatory strategies.
Perhaps most importantly, the STOP Act would prohibit the export of any object obtained in violation of NAGPRA, the Archaeological Resources Protection Act, or the Antiquities Act.
Rather, Congress should amend the Comprehensive Drug Abuse Prevention and Control Act of 1970, which includes the Controlled Substances Act and the Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act.
The waiver power under the Social Security Act requires both a determination under the Public Health Service Act by the health and human services secretary and a presidential declaration under either the Stafford Act or the National Emergencies Act.
Along with Warren, most of the candidates support various pro-worker bills in Congress, including: the Protecting the Right to Organize Act, the Paycheck Fairness Act, the Domestic Workers Bill of Rights Act, and the Raise the Wage Act.
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Specifically, we are working on Patrick McHenry's Supporting America's Innovators Act and the Fix Crowdfunding Act.
The Civil Rights Act and the Voting Rights Act created the Democratic Party we know today.
The species would remain protected under both the Endangered Species Act and Marine Mammal Protection Act.
The Protecting the Right to Organize Act (PRO Act) was approved in a 224-85033 vote.
Topics will include the Affordable Care Act, Family and Medical Leave Act and COBRA continuation coverage.
The Fair Investment Opportunities for Professional Experts Act is a revision to the 2014 JOBS Act.
What he sees as an act of fan defiance, they see as an act of appreciation.
Those cost estimates are based on the Family and Medical Insurance Leave Act, or FAMILY Act.
Obama passed a stimulus package, the Affordable Care Act, and the Dodd-Frank financial reform act.
On October 11th, the President signed the Hatch-Goodlatte Music Modernization Act (the "Act", or "MMA").
The Civil Rights Act and the Voting Rights Act are just paper without active federal enforcement.
"A conspiracy is when two people act together to conduct a heinous act," he told jurors.
MORE. The worst thing you can do is say you're going to act and don't act.
Sandy Act – The bill was previously known as the Securing Access to Networks in Disasters Act.
The Clean Air Act provides penalties up to nearly $100,000 per each violation of the act.
CLOUD Act: The solution before Congress is the bipartisan Clarifying Overseas Use of Information (CLOUD Act).
It was the Virginia Eugenical Sterilization Act, not the Racial Integrity Act of the same year.
We need leadership in Washington to act accordingly and pass a Truth in Business Lending Act.
But the 6900st Century Glass-Steagall Act of 2628 would reinstate certain Glass-Steagall Act protections.
The Fair Campus Act and the Safe Campus Act never made it past committee in 2015.
The bills signed Tuesday in Hawaii were SB 559 (Act 032) and HB 1578 (Act 033).
This is why Congress must act immediately to restore the Voting Rights Act to full strength.
In October 2018, President Trump signed into law the Hezbollah International Financing Prevention Act Amendments Act.
Two obvious examples of such laws are the Clean Air Act and the Clean Water Act.
The Personal Health Investment Today Act—or the PHIT Act—stands out as another important example.
So the Turkish military finally had space to act against Erdogan, and act they have done.
When I was at work at my previous job, I didn't act like I normally act.
Usually when someone is seemingly caught in the act, they at least stop performing the act.
To write the novel is at once an act of solidarity and an act of vengeance.
Wyden's Consumer Data Protection Act resembles the General Data Protection Regulation act in the European Union.
Is the act of scoring consistently more impressive than the act of inconsistently doing tremendous damage?
They used the wrong law—the Proceeds of Crime Act instead of the Drug Trafficking Act.
One possible way out is to both act and not act on the present nomination. How?
RAC Act ("Recognizing America's Children Act") Introduced: In the House on 3/9/2017 by Rep.
Consenting to an act onstage is not the same as consenting to an act while sleeping.
"It's either you clean up your act, or government will have to act in that space."
"It's an act of defiance, an act of resistance, really," he said in a telephone interview.
Marrying him was a political act, and sponsoring him for a visa is a devotional act.
"Matt told me, 'Act how you would normally act,'" Mr. Rezaj recalled the director telling him.
Ever hear of the Wagner Act, known formally as the National Labor Relations Act of 1935?
They might sit harmlessly onscreen in Act I. But they'll be fully weaponized by Act III.
Little Monsters turns the act of taking responsibility for someone else into an act of heroism.
And selfless action, ultimately, is the greatest political act  because it is an act of love.
The good news is that there is still time to act but we must act now.
From Trump's introduction of the Reforming American Immigration for Strong Employment Act (RAISE) Act with Sen.
Fortunately, Americans may still have time to get our collective act together if we act soon.
If the Congressional Review Act is a scalpel, then the Financial Choice Act is a sledgehammer.
Blumenthal has introduced the Repeated Objectionable Bothering of Consumers on Phones Act or the ROBOCOP Act.
Search, then, will evolve away from the actual act of searching to the act of surfacing.
She backed the Affordable Care Act, the Lily Ledbetter Fair Pay Act and student aid legislation.
The Family and Medical Insurance Leave Act and the Pregnant Workers Fairness Act would change that.
Regardless, it was an apt shirt for the next act; Quicksand's Walter Schreifels' hard rawk act, .
The Act remained substantively in force until it was incorporated into the Marine Insurance Act 1906.
Despite the landmark legislation passed in the 247s, including the Civil Rights Act, Voting Rights Act and Fair Housing Act, the country remained starkly divided along colour lines.
"If governments don't act and women's movements don't act effectively and others don't act effectively, it'll take 400 years in India to come to ... complete equality," she said.
"If governments don't act and women's movements don't act effectively and others don't act effectively, it'll take 400 years in India to come to ... complete equality," she said.
After the introduction of the BRIDGE Act, Flake introduced a modified version that does include enforcement measures, the Securing Active and Fair Enforcement Act of 2016 (SAFE Act).
Andrew is 16 years old living in a time where most people his age try their best to act older, act hard, act big, like a grown-up.
This act was previously included as Section 4 of the Long-Term InVestment in Education for Wellness Act, or LIVE Well Act, first introduced in 85033 by Rep.
The Endangered Species Act, Clean Water Act, and Clean Air Act were all passed during Republican administrations (though it's worth noting that Nixon vetoed both of the latter).
Challengers also argue that there are statutory problems with the order, such as violations of the Immigration and Nationalization Act, Religious Freedom Restoration Act, and Administrative Procedure Act.
The Natural Environment and Rural Communities Act 2006 (c 16), also referred to as the NERC Act (2006), is an Act of the Parliament of the United Kingdom.
The lawsuit lists 12 laws that the accused parties allegedly violated, including the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act, the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO), the Wiretap Act, the Stored Communications Act, as well as D.C.'s 'Trespass' law.
The House adopted important bills while the Judiciary Committee did its work, including the War Powers Resolution, the Comprehensive Employment and Training Act, the Endangered Species Act, the Water Resources Development Act, and the Congressional Budget and Impoundment Control Act.
Dingell, who was a strong advocate of the auto industry in his home state, was also instrumental in passing legislation such as Medicare, the Clean Water Act, the Clean Air Act, the Endangered Species Act and the Affordable Care Act.
The policy implications go to the heart of several environmental statutes, not only the Clean Water Act but also the Endangered Species Act, the National Environmental Policy Act, the Safe Drinking Water Act, and a host of similar state statutes.
The Clean Air Act is the most recently created Act and it expands off the Clean Environment Act and the Clean Water Act. It allows for increased public opinion for reviews that relate to projects and contracts involving air emissions.
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The intervening century since the law's enactment has seen, in addition to the creation of the National Park Service, enactment of the Wilderness Act, the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act, the National Environmental Policy Act, and the Endangered Species Act, as well as the Federal Land Policy and Management Act, which provides for temporary protection of land without the permanent designation associated with the Antiquities Act.
The new proposal could also undermine the case for regulations under other EPA tentpoles, like the Clean Water Act, the Safe Drinking Water Act, and the Clean Air Act.
Whether you're in a position where you can act on policy or you can act in the C-suite or you can act in any way that you can.
Since the fall, the committee has approved nearly a dozen pieces of legislation, including the Sentencing Reform Act, the Recidivism Risk Reduction Act, and the Criminal Code Improvement Act.
Bankers can be prosecuted criminally for knowingly banking cannabis businesses under the Bank Secrecy Act, the USA Patriot Act, and the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations, or RICO, Act.
Act 5: Kim Reiterates That She Is Behind It All Act 6: Kanye Speaks Act 7: A Full-Circle MomentKim posts the picture again, twice, with the hashtag #INTERNATIONALWOMENSDAY.
The court concluded certain aspects of the federal agencies' decisions failed to comply with the National Environmental Policy Act, the Mineral Leasing Act and the National Forest Management Act.
"Consider the significant reform enactments dating from the Great Depression, such as the Securities Act of 1933, the Federal Deposit Insurance Act, and the Glass-Steagall Act," Lee wrote.
Trump demanded Tuesday that his fellow Republicans act immediately to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act.
Lawyers argued that means the pipeline goes against the Clean Water Act and Rivers and Harbors Act.
The name "Dreamer" comes from the Development, Relief, and Education for Alien Minors Act, or DREAM Act.
Act Out A Fantasy Do you have a sexual fantasy that you've always wanted to act out?
It was Lyndon Baines Johnson who shepherded through the Civil Rights Act and the Voting Rights Act.
The Endangered Species Act and Marine Mammal Protection Act require the U.S. government to conserve endangered species.
What we need to do is fix the Affordable Care Act, not scrap the Affordable Care Act.
"How you act in a workout is how you're going to act outside the room," she added.
And that mantra should apply to both the Affordable Care Act and the American Health Care Act.
Now, the seemingly simple act of selecting a household cleaning solution is an act of self-expression.
In 1967, Dr. King looked at America after the Civil Rights Act and the Voting Rights Act.
The Holocaust took place because individuals, groups and nations made decisions to act or not to act.
The American Health Care Act would have uninsured 23 million; the Better Health Care Act, 22 million.
" She elaborated, saying, "What I opposed was including the Equality Act in the current Civil Rights Act.
The House bill guts existing laws like the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) and Endangered Species Act.
The mayhem is reserved for Act II. Act I attempts something tricky, which doesn't quite succeed onstage.
Becerra accused the BLM of violating both the Administrative Procedure Act and the National Environmental Policy Act.
The previous government passed a workplace harassment act and an act to amend criminal law in 2013.
The broad terms of the Clean Air Act gave us authority to act sooner rather than later.
The bill, called the Safe Drinking Water Act Improved Compliance Awareness Act and sponsored by Michigan Reps.
That's why I introduced the Deliver for Our Nation At Times of Emergency Act, or DONATE Act.
"I hope that my act is not an act of resignation but one of mobilization," Hulot said.
But to get back to that kind of growth we need congress to act, and act fast!
The Clean Air Act was passed in 1970, and the Clean Water Act was passed in 1972.
"We have to act on climate and we have to act now," Delaney said in a statement.
Judicial Redress Act will benefit all At long last the House has passed the Judicial Redress Act.
Boudreaux was also found liable on two counts of violating the Exchange Act and Exchange Act rules.
If we fail to act and choose to do nothing, children will continue to act in hate.
We want to ensure that when there are warning signs, we can act and act very quickly.
"It was an act of impropriety, reprehensible and censurable, but not an act of criminality," he said.
Isn't just the act of it existing and being so popular an act of resistance onto itself?
"The act of publishing is essentially the act of making public one's own enthusiasm," Mr. Gottlieb writes.
In 2016, the House passed the Comprehensive Addiction and Recovery Act and the 21st Century Cures Act.
The Dream Act is: Critics say the DREAM Act will mean fewer jobs for U.S. born workers.
The Medical Neutrality Act perfectly complements the Geneva Convention and fills the gap in the Patriot Act.
That's why we need to update the Pregnancy Discrimination Act by passing the Pregnant Workers Fairness Act.
"An act performed not because it is necessary but because there is value in the act itself."
The Affordable Care Act is also known as the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, or PPACA.
It is Section 232 of the Trade Expansion Act of 1962, not the Trade Act of 1974.
Rats, like humans, can be biased in how they act on, or don't act on, their empathy.
We all get together in my dressing room and we go through the show act by act.
"You want to act this crazy, go act this crazy somewhere else," she tells her rumpled brother.
The Affordable Care Act was misnamed; it should have been called the Access to Unaffordable Care Act.
The federal law is known as the Support Antiterrorism by Fostering Effective Technologies Act, or Safety Act.
"We can safely call this an act of terrorism, not an act of workplace violence," said Rep.
These include H.R. 1, the For the People Act, and the Securing America's Federal Elections (SAFE) Act.
For example, the CREATES Act — Creating and Restoring Equal Access to Equivalent Samples Act — sponsored by Sens.
The Member and Employee Training and Oversight On Congress Act (ME TOO Congress) Act, authored by Rep.
He signed the Water Quality Improvement Act, the Endangered Species Act, and other environmental legislation into law.
Fortunately, this is a clear case where Congress can act, and should act given their legislative prerogative.
The legislation would amend the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, Rodenticide Act (FIFRA) and the Clean Water Act (CWA).
But is the performance an act for the sake of comedy or an act of political rebellion?
During the same time period, President Johnson signed the Voting Rights Act, and the Fair Housing Act.
The result was that Act Two, lasting for two decades now, bears no resemblance to Act One.
This Act was repealed by section 459 of, and the seventeenth schedule to, the Companies Act 1948.
The Music Modernization Act (MMA), which will be introduced and marked-up by the House Judiciary Committee this week, combines music licensing reforms outlined in the CLASSICS Act, Songwriters Equity Act of 85033, the rate standard parity provisions of the Fair Play Fair Pay Act, and AMP Act into a single, consensus piece of legislation.
Between 1964 and 1980, the "Golden Age" of environmental policymaking, 22 major federal environmental bills were passed and signed into law, including the Clean Air Act, the Clean Water Act, the Endangered Species Act, the National Environmental Policy Act, and many more.
The lawsuit claims that UMD violated Title IX, Title VII, the Equal Pay Act, the Minnesota Human Rights Act, Minnesota's Equal Pay for Equal Work law, and Minnesota's Whistleblower Act.
The measure would amend the National Labor Relations Act, the Labor Management Relations Act and the Labor-Management Reporting and Disclosure Act in myriad ways to benefit workers and unions.
He said that to accomplish the previous construction 37 laws were waved by the Bush administration, including the Clean Air Act, the Clean Water Act, and the Endangered Species Act.
The Marijuana Opportunity Reinvestment and Expungement Act, or the MORE Act, would remove marijuana from the Controlled Substances Act, decriminalizing the drug and allowing states to write their own policies.
" Act II comes just eight months after Singular: Act I, and though Carpenter originally planned to drop Singular as one complete album, the tracks in Act I "fit together perfectly.
Consider that most of the major environmental statutes, such as the Endangered Species Act, the Clean Water Act and the Clean Air Act, have not been significantly updated in decades.
This has been demonstrated by the Fire Funding Fix, the America's Water Infrastructure Act, Agriculture Improvement Act (farm bill), and the John D. Dingell, Jr. Conservation, Management and Recreation Act.
The statutes undergirding E.P.A. policies—the Clean Air Act, the Clean Water Act, and the Toxic Substances Control Act—typically set out time frames for making rules or taking action.
The No HATE Act, the Disarm Hate Act, and the Domestic Terrorism Data Act also seek to address some of the threats posed by violent extremism in the United States.
The nine-person jury found the city of Miami liable on two counts of violating the Securities Act and one count of violating the Exchange Act and Exchange Act rules.
Thom Tillis 10/63/2017 Dream Act ("Development, Relief and Education for Alien Minors Act") Introduced: The Dream Act is the only bill introduced in both the House and Senate.
The three-act structure, each act titled for what the main character (whose given name is Chiron) is called when the act takes place, presented some challenges for the film.
Compare that to business as usual, where one Bank Secrecy Act officer can ensure that operations at the bank comply with the bank secrecy act and anti-money-laundering act.
The Companies Act 1907 (7 Edw.7 c.50) was an Act of the Parliament of the United Kingdom regulating UK company law, whose descendant is the Companies Act 2006.
The Companies Act 1862 (25 & 26 Vict. c.89) was an Act of the Parliament of the United Kingdom regulating UK company law, whose descendant is the Companies Act 2006.
The bill was finally passed at the end of September 1893 and the Criminal Code Act 1893 received royal assent on 6 October 1893. Enactment of the Consolidated Statutes Enactment Act 1908 on 4 August 1908 resulted in the Criminal Code Act 1893 being consolidated into the Crimes Act 1908. The 1908 Act was further consolidated and amended with the passage of the Crimes Act 1961 on 1 November 1961.
The official short title of the amendment is "Constitution Eighth Amendment Act of 2002". It was originally titled "Constitution of the Republic of South Africa Amendment Act, 2002" and numbered as Act No. 18 of 2002, but the Citation of Constitutional Laws Act, 2005 renamed it and abolished the practice of giving Act numbers to constitutional amendments.
Buried in this year's National Defense Authorization Act was an amendment to the 1999 National Missile Defense Act.
Part of the sanctions includes the enforcement of Title III of the Helms-Burton Act, or Libertad Act.
For every act of heroism during a national disaster another act of piracy is waiting in the wings.
Police said the killings appear to be a random act of violence and not an act of terrorism.
This turn of events raises the question: Can an act of love begin as an act of violence?
For me, what happened in Orlando was not an act of terror, it was an act of hate.
A very long Italian novel can seem an act of defiance; it is certainly an act of imposition.
Removing the headphone jack from the iPhone is not an act of courage, it's an act of leverage.
Federal lawmakers could act, too — say, by amending the Wagner Act to prohibit confidentiality clauses in harassment settlements.
The Corporate Executive Accountability Act builds on the Ending Too Big to Jail Act, which Warren also introduced.
Fun fact: This Copyright Term Extension Act is also known as the Sonny Bono Copyright Term Extension Act.
I'm glad Mark Zuckerberg did it, but it wasn't an act of genius; it's an act of timing.
But it's one thing for Daenerys to act like Bush, and another for her to act like Hitler.
Dua Lipa, the night's most nominated act, took two awards: Best British Female, and Best British Breakthrough Act.
That's why I introduced the No TRUMP Act—the No Taxpayer Revenue Used to Monetize the Presidency Act.
The Illicit Drug Anti-Proliferation Act (also known as The RAVE Act) has been US law since 2003.
The Ensuring Meaningful Petition Outreach While Enhancing Rights of States Act of 2018, or EMPOWERS Act, from Rep.
The Providing ESA Timing Improvements That Increase Opportunities for Nonlisting Act of 2018, or PETITION Act, from Rep.
Will Hurd's (R-Texas) bipartisan bill, the Modernizing Government Technology Act (MGT Act) is finally getting some movement.
The Congress has 45 days to act on the president's request as written in the Impoundment Control Act.
"We will act, learn and act again, adjusting our approaches as science advances and technology evolves," he said.
If the Fair Housing Act does not violate free speech, then neither would the Israel Anti-Boycott Act.
While pleased with the recent opinions she believes Congress should act to restore the full Voting Rights Act.
The Federal Records Act and Freedom of Information Act give the committee jurisdiction in the matter, he added.
H.R. 7: The Paycheck Fairness Act The Paycheck Fairness Act was introduced in January and passed in March.
President Obama, for example, used the act to transfer funds without congressional authority to his health care act.
Charlie Chaplin faced prosecution under the White Slave Traffic Act, a law also known as the Mann Act.
Congress can start by passing the Russell Amendment, the Conscience Protection Act, and the First Amendment Defense Act.
A comedian of the older generation did an 'act' and he told the audience, 'This is my act.
The Clean Water Act and the Clean Air Act were enacted when Richard Nixon was president United States.
Congress must act during the lame-duck session and pass the Holocaust Expropriated Art Recovery (HEAR) Act (S.
"The Misuse of Drugs Act makes possession an offense, and last year's Psychoactive Substances Act doesn't," she says.
There is a Muslim Personal Law, a Hindu Marriage Act, a Parsi Marriage and Divorce Act, and more.
It is time for Congress to act — and act soon — as Puerto Ricans have suffered far too long.
The act of making food helps center us, and the act of serving it helps make us whole.
"The company takes seriously our obligations under the Fair Labor Standards Act and Service Contract Act," it added.
The Jones Act, also known as the cabotage act, establishes rules for waterborne cargo transportation within U.S. boundaries.
It is time for Congress to act ethically and responsibly and suspend the Jones Act in Puerto Rico.
BIDEN: The federal government —— HARRIS: That's why we have the Voting Rights Act and the Civil Rights Act.
In the same year that Congress enacted the Privacy Act, it also strengthened the Freedom of Information Act.
"I will not say this evening when we will act and how we will act," Mr. Netanyahu said.
There are many, including myself, who see the act of whites dressing in blackface as a disrespectful act.
"This demonstrates the urgency for Congress to act, and act quickly," Portman said Tuesday in a written statement.
"If we don't act, it may be years or even decades, possibly, before the courts act," Lee said.
"The act of creativity is an act of hope in itself," Mr. Owens had said before his show.
On March 23, it enacted the Cloud Act — more formally, the Clarifying Lawful Overseas Use of Data Act.
Patricia Arquette —"The Act"Toni Collette — "Unbelievable"Joey King —"The Act"Emily Watson — "Chernobyl"Michelle Williams — "Fosse/Verdon"
The increases are required under the Federal Civil Penalties Inflation Adjustment Act Improvements Act Congress passed in 2015.
If you choose not to act, is that in itself an act, leaving you responsible for those deaths?
He played a key role in passing the Civil Rights Act, Medicare, the Clean Water Act and Obamacare.
The 340B PAUSE Act (340B Protecting Access for the Underserved and Safety-net Entities Act), introduced by Reps.
The Recognizing the Protection of Motorsports Act — better known as the "RPM" Act — was introduced Friday by Rep.
Simple, bipartisan solutions to the cannabis banking debate exist, such as the SAFE Act and the STATES Act.
This could be done, the commission wrote, by using the Public Health Service Act or the Stafford Act.
Yet "hackback" legislation (the Active Cyber Defense Certainty Act "ACDC Act") has lost sight of these legal distinctions.
This is an emergency, and we must act quickly, but that does not mean we cannot act prudently.
And then I want you to act, I want you to act as you would in a crisis.
We need to come together, talk to each other about our fears, and then act, and act collectively.
It was called the "Stop Bad Employers by Zeroing Out Subsidies Act"—or the Stop BEZOS Act. Subtle?
Therefore, Congress should act quickly to pass the bipartisan Claims Licensing Advancement for Interstate Matters (CLAIM) Act (H.
The problem is that we put people in situations where they must either act immorally or act heroically.
Companies Act 1928 was an Act of the Parliament of the United Kingdom, which regulated UK company law.
They are also an effort to coordinate consumer provisions in several competing federal laws, including the Americans With Disabilities Act, the Affordable Care Act and Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act of 2008.
Road to getting the ADA passed Similar, preceding laws include the Rehabilitation Act of 22020, the Education of All Handicapped Children Act of 1974, and the Fair Housing Act of 1968.
It was finally contained by state and federal legislation like the Pure Food and Drug Act of 1906, the Harrison Anti-Narcotic Act of 1914 and the Heroin Act of 1924.
In July, Senator Martin Heinrich of New Mexico introduced the Safeguard Tribal Objects of Patrimony (STOP) Act aimed at curtailing the export of objects that violate the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act (NAGPRA), the Archaeological Resources Protection Act, or the Antiquities Act.
Senior Policy Associate The Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI) led efforts to win passage of the Nutrition Labeling and Education Act, Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act (to improve school food), Food Safety Modernization Act, Menu Labeling, and Food Allergen Consumer Protection Act.
Nullifying Executive Order 13673 also means that federal contractors won't have to prove that they complied with the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Rehabilitation Act, the Family and Medical Leave Act, or Title VII of the Civil Rights Act, according to New Now Next.
In the mid-1960s, Republicans and Democrats of my parents' and grandparents' generations created Medicare, Medicaid, the Civil Rights Act, the Voting Rights Act, immigration reform, education reform, the Highway Safety Act, the Wilderness Act, cleaner air and water, public broadcasting and much more.
In New Zealand the Riot Act was incorporated into sections 87 and 88 of the Crimes Act 1961. The proclamation is worded as follows: The need to read the Riot Act was removed by section three of the Crimes Amendment Act (1987 No 1).
In its lawsuit, the Justice Department also alleges violations of Title IX of the Civil Rights Act, which addresses discrimination in schools, the Education Act and the Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act.
In this latest battle, Amazon claims the sites are in violation of various laws and acts, including the Lanham Act, Anticybersquatting Consumer Protection Act, Washington Consumer Protection Act, and Washington Common Law.
Under common law, involuntary manslaughter generally requires that (1) the defendant intended to commit an act, (2) the intended act was wanton or reckless, and (3) the act caused the victim's death.
Nielsen also waived regulations preserving the cultural heritage of Native Americans, including the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act, the American Indian Religious Freedom Act, and the National Historic Preservation Act.
While no single act will ever be the defining lesbian sex act, because queer sex is as limitless as queers themselves, scissoring is a sex act that is definitely here to stay.
And that year, in a bipartisan effort, the Environmental Protection Agency was created and key legislation — the Clean Air Act, the Clean Water Act and the Endangered Species Act — came into force.
Laws criminalizing defamation, the Official Secrets Act, the Unlawful Associations Act, the 1934 Aircraft Act, and section 131 of the Myanmar Penal Code have all been used against journalists in recent years.
C.) and Orrin Hatch (Utah) introduced the SUCCEED Act on Monday, pitching it as an alternative to the Development, Relief and Education for Alien Minors Act, or DREAM Act, backed by Democrats.
Last week, for example, it produced scores for bills such as the Amber Alert in Indian Country Act, Workforce Democracy and Fairness Act, and the Department of Veterans Affairs Bonus Transparency Act.
The regulations — which include the Clean Air Act, the Clean Water Act, and the Endangered Species Act — designate refuge areas for threatened species and aim to limit pollution from the wall's construction.
Navarro and Ross listed the Community Reinvestment Act rewrite, Glass-Steagall Act repeal and Bill Clinton's signing of the Commodity Futures Modernization Act as examples of why the Clintons are to blame.
In Cetacean, a "self-appointed attorney for all of the world's whales, porpoises, and dolphins" sued under the Endangered Species Act, the Marine Mammal Protection Act, and the National Environmental Policy Act.
The Companies Act 1929 (19 & 20 Geo.5 c.23) was an Act of the Parliament of the United Kingdom, which regulated UK company law. Its descendant is the Companies Act 2006.
The Companies Act 1948 (11 & 12 Geo.6 c.38) was an Act of the Parliament of the United Kingdom, which regulated UK company law. Its descendant is the Companies Act 2006.
Elon Musk has spent his career trying to build third-act companies; PayPal topped out at Act II, so he went on to SpaceX (which started in Act II after Musk's attempt to piggyback on Russian ICBMs didn't work out, and is now clearly in Act III, beginning to supplant the existing launch-industrial complex) and Tesla (which similarly launched into Act II and, is extremely ambitiously, aiming for Act III vs.
Bald eagles are still protected by the Migratory Bird Treaty Act and the Bald and Golden Eagle Protection Act.
There is a real opportunity to do so, if Congress passed the REAL Act (Restoring Education and Learning Act).
Sea turtles are protected under the Endangered Species Act of 1973, as well as Florida's Marine Turtle Protection Act.
The more liberal use act, The Florida Cannabis Act (#266-19), will not be on the November 8th ballot.
Known as the LIFT+ Act, Tlaib's proposal is almost identical to the LIFT Act introduced last year by Sen.
"We will act judiciously, we will act expeditiously, to protect consumers from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau," said Hensarling.
The proposed Espionage Act would update the Official Secrets Act, which was narrowly targeted at breaches of national security.
The Jones Act is the shorthand name for the Merchant Marine Act of 1920, whose primary author was Sen.
If submitting is an act of trust, it follows that commenting on a submission is an act of dominance.
The Civil Rights Act and Voting Rights Act are focused directly on racial discrimination in education, employment and voting.
So how I act in the business world is quite similar to how I act on the soccer pitch.
President Lyndon B. Johnson played a major role, orchestrating the 1964 Civil Rights Act and 1965 Voting Rights Act.
On July 30th the junior senator from Missouri unveiled the "Social Media Addiction Reduction Technology Act", or SMART Act.
Austin distinguished "locution", the act of speaking itself, from "illocution": the thing done in the world by that act.
We need to act urgently on climate change, but we also need to act in a way that endures.
The lawsuits cite the Voting Rights Act and the Ku Klux Klan Act, which aim to prevent voter intimidation.
Charlie Baker signed the NASTY Women Act (short for the Negating Archaic Statutes Targeting Young Women Act) into law.
What's going on: If a machine is to act like a human, it must first learn how humans act.
The added claims alleged Uber violated the Federal Stored Communication Act and the California Computer Fraud and Abuse Act.
No bakery has to sell any particular product Importantly, the state's Anti-Discrimination Act isn't the All-Cakes Act.
Rhetorical balancing act The visit to Dallas required a rhetorical balancing act from the nation's first African-American president.
Where the San Bernardino case rested on an exotic All Writs Act argument, the Wiretap Act is relatively straightforward.
"Sexual assault is not only a reprehensible act, it is a criminal act," reads a statement from Maj. Gen.
He said it failed to meet FERC's requirements under the Natural Gas Act and the National Environmental Policy Act.
The Stopping Bad Robocalls Act amends portions of the Communications Act, from which the FCC's enforcement powers are derived.
"It was a senseless act, a cowardly act, but Officer Michael was heroic to the end," Lowe told reporters.
"Don't threaten unless they're ready to act, and I'm not sure President Trump is ready to act," he said.
The Sarbanes-Oxley Act and Dodd-Frank Act are also examples of legislation based on the bright line model.

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