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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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But the Department of Treasury and the Internal Revenue Service have no independent legislative authority or powers to enact legislation or laws for the purpose of collecting taxes from the American People.
Under the term of the United States Constitution, that power to enact the tax laws resides exclusively in both houses of the United States Congress together.
Let me continue with the Djerejian statement and show you how knowingly deceptive and misleading he really is: "It could have the power to enact decrees and regulations and edicts which carry the force of law, and we think.
Likewise, the Department of Treasury has "the power to enact decrees, and regulations and edicts which carry the force of law.
Legislative bodies enact laws--not decrees, regulations or edicts.
Once again, you must insist that PISGA have independent legislative authority and powers to enact laws.
Let me continue with the Djerejian statement and show you how purposefully deceptive he really is: "We understand it is reasonable that Palestinians insist they must have authority to enact decrees which carry the force of law.
Using this language, Djerejian is trying to get you to agree that PISGA will have authority "to enact decrees which carry the force of law," but which are not laws in their own right.