germaneness


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pertinence by virtue of a close relation to the matter at hand

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McRae, challenging similar federal funding restrictions in the Medicaid program (168)--have been interpreted as paradigmatic unconstitutional-conditions cases that shed light on a germaneness requirement for a condition to be constitutional.
Isolation Test: The Court, applying the Incidental and Germaneness Tests, isolates the tax from the remainder of the House Bill and Senate amendments.
The approach outlined herein avoids judicial inquiries into the acceptable degree of an amendment's germaneness to the original bill and the revenue effects of a bill amidst a changing macroeconomic environment--all nettlesome endeavors fraught with impracticalities and separation of powers concerns.
94) To satisfy the third factor, germaneness, the language must have a direct rather than general relationship to the program funded by the item.
at 19 ("Proposed amendments were not new to debt limit legislation; the difference was in their germaneness to the issue.
26) The germaneness concept is stricter than relevancy and reflects a complex set of criteria that the House has developed by precedent over the years.
Some courts analyze amendments to claims under two distinct doctrines: the general claim doctrine and the germaneness doctrine.
Without adherence to this principle of germaneness, a taxpayer might be permitted to amend any refund claim in perpetuity" (Larson, 89 Fed.
The amendment would of course be subject to the germaneness requirement of the Byrd Rule, but since it has obvious budgetary effects, this is not a serious obstacle.
One by one a suggestion would ring out among the group at times causing a choir of "aha's" to be heard as the germaneness of the suggestion was noted.
Bureaucracy and Distrust: Germaneness and the Paradoxes of the Academic Freedom Doctrine", in University of Colorado Law Review, 77, 2006, p.
On the favorable side is the germaneness of human rights to the IGOs' goals.
The Court's decision allows the government to overrun citizens' freedom of speech simply by invoking the government speech defense without using any type of balancing or germaneness test.
This is often referred to as the germaneness requirement.