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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The commission includes Beacon Hill lawmakers, fire officials, a labor union officials, and a private project manager.
During his time as a lawmaker, Thomas met with senators from both sides of the political spectrum.
Other lawmakers, including Board President Malia Cohen, said the commission was in need of a new direction at a time when the police department is in need of reform surrounding its approach to the use-of-force and other policies.
The Conservative lawmaker, sometime journalist and former mayor of London has never been known for tact or diplomacy.
May appointed staunchly pro-Brexit lawmaker Dominic Raab as the country's new Brexit secretary.
After Walker’s announcement last October, documents show the Dairy Business Association and its lawyers and lobbyists began working with Walker’s office, and later, Republican lawmakers, on draft legislation to make the switch.
Fellow Republican lawmakers, like Freedom Caucus Chair Mark Meadows, have said the accusations are false.
Left-leaning lawmakers, environmentalists, and watchdog groups were gleeful at the news, given both Pruitt’s ethical lapses and his work to roll back Obama-era environmental regulations.
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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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