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HRH Premier highlighted the importance of the legislative and monitoring role played by the Legislative Branch in supporting the government's economic and security policies at the domestic and external levels.
Republicans (35%) and Democrats (31%) exhibit similarly low trust in the legislative branch, with independents even less trusting at 23%.
It then presents individual state profiles, about ten pages each, that are uniformly structured to allow comparison of state history, the political environment, elections and voting behavior, the legislative branch, the executive branch, the judicial branch, intergovernmental relations, state-tribal relations (where applicable), and long-term issues and policy trends.
In the light of this development, Elizabeth Alexander, a spokesperson for the vice president-elect, said: "Vice President-elect Biden had no intention of continuing the practice started by Vice President Cheney of regularly attending internal legislative branch meetings - he firmly believes in restoring the Office of the Vice President to its historical role.
the legislative branch is the only governmental organ that can make laws (constitutionally), how can the executive branch not be under legislative control?
Time and again over the last 20 years, unelected judges on this court have issued guidelines on legislative policy to the democratically elected representatives of the people of Canada in what is supposed to be the legislative branch of government.
Students were given the opportunity to break into groups and act as the legislative branch to revise one of the bills.
Constitution, Legislative Branch, Executive Branch, Judicial Branch, and Political Participation.
Notably, the overturning of the conviction of the Arthur Andersen accounting firm shows that the courts and legislative branch don't even agree on what constitutes compliance.
An important aspect of this, according to the authors, is the tension between the legislative branch of government and the executive branch.
The Consolidated Appropriations Resolution of 2003 Conference Report mandated that GAO review the Office of Compliance (OOC), an independent legislative branch agency created by the Congressional Accountability Act of 1995 (CAA).
The Treasury Department, the Office of Management and Budget and the General Accounting Office--the sponsors of the Federal Accounting Standards Advisory Board (FASAB)--sign a memorandum of understanding giving the board additional input from the federal government's legislative branch by adding a member from the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) (www.
Ironically, one of the biggest obstacles to this rationalization has been the challenge to the legislative branch to reorganize itself as well.
who offered remarks on behalf of the legislative branch, implored his audience to recognize the importance of religious worship.
Six states are nonvoting participants, because they do not have the formal commitment of the state executive or legislative branch.
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