Examples of statehouse in a Sentence
a field trip to the statehouse to see the legislature in session
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While the religious right has a sophisticated and well-financed machine for advancing a conservative political agenda, progressive religious leaders have clocked far fewer tangible policy victories in Congress or statehouses around the country.
Noting Republican dominance in Congress and in statehouses around the country, the Ohio senator said during an interview on NBC's Meet the Press that divisions between the Republican grassroots and the establishment are nothing new.
The Texas debate was so heated that lawmakers broke into a brawl on the statehouse floor; the law is being challenged in court.
The tangible effects of that inaction reverberated from the Smiths’ home to doctors’ offices and statehouses across the country.
Several lawmakers implied that the governor's staff shouldn't try to circumvent the statehouse in the future.
Charges of harassment are cascading through statehouses across the country, leading to investigations, resignations of powerful men and anguish over hostile workplaces for women that for years went unacknowledged.
While Democrats outnumber Republicans in California’s statehouse, GOP lawmakers still hold enough seats to make a four-fifths vote a long shot.
The bill is among the top legislative priorities for Senate President Kevin De Leon, but has nonetheless stalled in the statehouse.
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