Examples of legislator in a Sentence
Write to your state legislator.
the legislators met in an all-night session to hammer out the details of the bill
Recent Examples of legislator from the Web
How Sweetheart Deals and a Sour Economy Could Derail the Dems By Suzy KhimmThe last-minute giveaways to individual legislators in the Senate health-care bill have become a ripe target for Republicans angry that fence sitters like Sens.
And legislators in Missouri and Kansas should study what just happened in Florida to understand the path forward.
Democrats, meanwhile, were quick to fault Scott and legislators for failing to include a ban on some types of semi-automatic rifles such as the one used in the Parkland shootings.
As of last month, legislators in 26 states have introduced 59 bills in support of net neutrality rules.
Democratic legislators in New Jersey plan to introduce a bill to bar the state’s pension funds from investing in gun manufacturers.
In the wake of the Nassar case, the university's faculty Senate has overwhelmingly passed a resolution calling for the board to resign and legislators in Lansing have been exploring options for changing how board members are selected and removed.
The most combative attacks on Israel have come from Republican legislators in the House.
Its members have been contacted by few, if any, legislators in recent weeks.
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LEGISLATOR Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of legislator for English Language Learners
: a person who makes laws : a member of a legislature
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