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General Assembly resolutions are nonbinding and unenforceable.
Adam Laxalt, the state’s Republican attorney general, concluded in December that the measure was unenforceable, citing the FBI letter.
If Issue 2 is deemed unenforceable, those supporters could be fined up to $10,000.
Mayor Fischer had expressed support for charging to park at some special Waterfront Park events such as Waterfront Wednesday concerts, but the park officials said that would be impractical and unenforceable.
The Justice Department could declare the Affordable Care Act unenforceable in its entirety, relying on the new legislation and the 2012 decision.
Consistent with this last argument, the 7th and 9th U.S. Circuit Courts of Appeals have both held that individual arbitration provisions in employment contracts are unenforceable.
Should the court find Issue 2 is unenforceable, the petitioners would be fined $10,000.
In a 4-3 decision, Canada's Supreme Court ruled that the clause is unenforceable.
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