Examples of lawmaker in a Sentence
the state's lawmakers worked long into the night drafting a bill that would be acceptable to everyone
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Well, for one, lawmakers can make sure race factors centrally into policy conversations—and that can look different for different states.
Students who survived last week's school shooting in Florida have travelled to meet the state's lawmakers to urge them to prevent another massacre.
New Jersey lawmakers years ago enacted a religious exemption: If the family’s faith dictates that a patient is alive so long as the cardiovascular system is functioning, then a physician cannot declare the person dead based on brain death alone.
There were no federal lawmakers at the meeting, for or against drilling in the Arctic.
State and federal lawmakers from the El Paso area decried that proposal earlier this week, particularly raising concerns about housing children on military bases.
This screenshot from a Foreign Agents Registration Act statement filed by Mercury Public Affairs details its contacts with lawmakers including Sen. Jim Risch, R-Idaho, on behalf of the European Centre for a Modern Ukraine.
Once Mueller submits his report, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein will then determine what to share with lawmakers and the public.
Democrat Jon Corzine presided over an eight-day closing in 2006 after an impasse with Democratic lawmakers over a sales-tax increase.
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LAWMAKER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of lawmaker for English Language Learners
: someone who makes laws
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