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Synonyms for enact

Synonyms for enact

to put in force or cause to be by legal authority

to produce on the stage

Synonyms for enact

order by virtue of superior authority

act out

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Layer one representing the top of the pyramid (one building block): the enactable process model.
Inside the Beltway, the reality is that what is enactable is going to be centrist; it is going to be incremental.
Proponents claim that the bills are enactable today and constitute an important step toward a more comprehensive health care system.
it clearer precisely where enactable preferences lie.
In short, Elhauge argues that where public preferences are actually enactable by law, courts should resolve statutory ambiguities against enactable preferences in order to elicit a legislative response.