Examples of lawmaker in a Sentence
the state's lawmakers worked long into the night drafting a bill that would be acceptable to everyone
Recent Examples of lawmaker from the Web
Facebook’s lack of responsiveness in removing material that users had flagged spurred lawmakers to act, too.
His nomination stunned lawmakers, advocacy groups and former White House colleagues dubious of his qualifications or suspicious of Trump’s desire to expand a program that enables veterans to seek medical care outside the VA network.
Voters have an opportunity to elect a new generation of politicians to congress and state legislatures who reject the corrupt practices of today’s lawmakers.
Brat and dozens of other conservatives voted against the legislation and railed against other GOP lawmakers who supported it.
Still, Hoyer is actively, if quietly, seeking lawmakers' support.
Louisiana lawmakers, who face deep spending cuts when $1 billion in temporary tax measures expire this year, have two sports betting bills under consideration.
While Penn State trustees accepted the Freeh Report and the NCAA sanctions, alumni and lawmakers didn't.
Four women’s groups from Naperville will visit the state Capitol this week to rally and lobby lawmakers to ratify legislation first introduced to Congress nearly a century ago: the Equal Rights Amendment.
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Definition of lawmaker for English Language Learners
: someone who makes laws
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