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overinclusive

adjective over·in·clu·sive \ˌō-vər-in-ˈklü-siv\

Legal Definition of overinclusive

  1. :  including more than is necessary or advisable; specifically :  relating to or being legislation that burdens more people than necessary to accomplish the legislation's goal — compare underinclusive


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