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MISSISSIPPI LEGISLATURE
ESTATE LICENSE ACT
PRESENT OKLAHOMA STATE FLAG
STRETCH
BILL
PARTIES
CANDIDATE
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LAW
CENTRAL GOVERNMENT
VEST
SEATS
SEAT
MEMBERS
CHARTER
FIRST TERM
STATE CAPITAL
STATE GOVERNMENT
STATES
STATE LAW
MARRIAGE EQUALITY
LESSER CRIME
ALASKA
STATE FLAG
FLAG
ALABAMA
LAWS
GOVERNOR
GOVERNORSHIP
YEARS
SACRAMENTO
LEGISLATIVE BODY
REPRESENTATIVES
LOWER HOUSE
LEGISLATURES
SENATORS
ELECTIONS
GERRYMANDERING
STATE
LEGISLATIVE BRANCH
STATE LEGISLATURE
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Definitions

  1. The state legislature is allowed to call a special election for the purposes of voting on proposed amendments.
  2. The Alaska State Legislature is made up of a Senate and a House of Representatives.

Mississippi Legislature

  1. The Mississippi Legislature is the state legislature of the U.S. state of Mississippi.

Estate License Act

  1. The Texas Real Estate License Act may be amended by the State Legislature, as it deems necessary.

Present Oklahoma State Flag

  1. The present Oklahoma State Flag adopted by the State Legislature in 1925, is Oklahoma's 14th flag.

Stretch

  1. Elliott has been honored by the state legislature; having a stretch of road in his native Dawsonville renamed Elliott Family Parkway.
  2. In 1998 the Georgia state legislature passed a resolution designating a stretch of State Highway 19 within Macon as "Duane Allman Boulevard" in his honor.

Bill

  1. A Bill of Address to remove Massachusetts Chief Justice Margaret Marshall from office was submitted today to the state legislature.

Parties

  1. In co-operation with other parties in the State Legislature, the Cochin State Praja Mandal decided to accept the offer.

Candidate

  1. In 1947, running as a candidate from Barbour County, George Wallace was elected to the state legislature.

Vote

  1. In the absence of such a vote, the state legislature is not allowed to call a convention.
  2. Not only did Burr advocate education for women, upon his election to the New York State Legislature, he submitted a bill to allow women to vote.

Law

  1. Hunley served in the Louisiana State Legislature and practiced law in New Orleans.
  2. A law the Texas State Legislature passed in 1997 allows astronauts to vote electronically from space.

Central Government

  1. There are several autonomous regions of India to which central government has given varying degrees of autonomy within state legislature.

Vest

  1. In this favorable political climate, the new mayor was quickly able to persuade the state legislature to vest him with total control of the schools.

Seats

  1. Other parties in the state legislature include the Samajwadi Party with 7 seats.

Seat

  1. In the United States they are called special elections, and are held when a seat in Congress, a state legislature or at the local level has become vacant.
  2. In 1846, the Louisiana state legislature in New Orleans decided to move the seat of government to Baton Rouge.
  3. One woman retained her seat in the Pohnpei State legislature.

Members

  1. The Bavaria state election, 2003, was conducted on September 21, 2003, to elect members to the Landtag (state legislature) of Bavaria.

Charter

  1. Founded as "Monmouth Academy," the school became Monmouth College after receiving a charter from the state legislature on September 3, 1856.

First Term

  1. Vera Katz was in her first term in the state legislature.

State Capital

  1. The state legislature meets in the Capitol Complex in the state capital, Phoenix.

State Government

  1. The State Government of Kerala functions through three main organs known as the State Legislature, the State Executive and the State Judiciary.

States

  1. Various U.S. states have statewide contempt of Congress crimes on the books, in those cases for obstructing the work of the state legislature.

State Law

  1. Municipal corporations are creatures of state law and possess only those powers granted by the state legislature.

Marriage Equality

  1. That has been possible because of passage by our State Legislature of House Bill 436, which provides for marriage equality.
  2. Marriage equality has also been passed in the California state legislature.

Lesser Crime

  1. However, if a US state legislature chooses, a diminished mental state may justify the finding of a lesser crime.

Alaska

  1. When seats from the neighboring Mat-Su Borough are added, more than half of the Alaska state legislature comes from the Anchorage metropolitan area.

State Flag

  1. In 1988, the Oklahoma State Legislature again addressed the design of the state flag.

Flag

  1. About the flag: The present Oklahoma State Flag adopted by the State Legislature in 1925, is Oklahoma's 14th flag.

Alabama

  1. The flag of Alabama The flag of Alabama was adopted by Act 383 of the Alabama state legislature on February 16, 1895.
  2. Similarly, in the US the state legislature of Alabama refused to redistrict for more than 60 years, despite major changes in population patterns.

Laws

  1. The state legislature enacted several new laws designed to promote winemaking and wine distribution.

Governor

  1. In addition to these the President and the Governor have limited powers to issue ordinances when the Parliament or the State Legislature are not in session.
  2. The Washington State Legislature, Washington State Supreme Court, and governor 's mansion are all located on the capitol campus.

Governorship

  1. Forrest Dunn was elected to the state legislature from District 3 in the 1971-1972 cycle, which brought Edwin Washington Edwards to the governorship.

Years

  1. In 1998, the state legislature granted funds to keep Tingley Coliseum a resource for New Mexicans to enjoy for years to come.

Sacramento

  1. As a charter city, Sacramento is exempt from many laws and regulations passed by the state legislature.

Legislative Body

  1. Common law is to be distinguished from "statutory law", which is enacted by a legislative body such as Congress or a state legislature.

Representatives

  1. The Washington State Legislature is a bicameral body with 49 members in the Senate and 98 members in the House of Representatives.
  2. One of twelve Libertarians to be elected to a state legislature, Marrou served in the Alaska House of Representatives for one term, from 1984 to 1986.

Lower House

  1. The Chief Minister is normally the leader of the political party commanding a majority in the Lower House or the only House of the State Legislature.

Legislatures

  1. Statutory law -- Laws, or statutes, enacted by legislatures, such as the Ohio State Legislature or the United States Congress.

Senators

  1. Under the Constitution, each state legislature had the power to decide how presidential electors, as well as representatives and senators, would be chosen.
  2. By convention, senators appointed by the state legislature to fill casual vacancies were from the same political party as the former senator.

Elections

  1. Article 324 (1) also vests in the Commission the powers of superintendence, direction and control of the elections to both Houses of the State Legislature.

Gerrymandering

  1. Historically, each state legislature has used gerrymandering to try to control the political makeup of its delegation to the U.S. House of Representatives.
  2. In Pennsylvania, the Republican-dominated state legislature used gerrymandering to eliminate Democratic representative Frank Mascara.

State

  1. State law in the United States, is the law of each separate U.S. state, as passed by the state legislature (and signed into law by the state governor).
  2. The Illinois State Board of Education or ISBE, autonomous of the governor and the state legislature, administers public education in the state.
  3. The Kentucky General Assembly, also called the Kentucky Legislature, is the state legislature of the U.S. state of Kentucky.

Legislative Branch

  1. The Indiana General Assembly is the state legislature, or legislative branch, of the state government of Indiana.
  2. A state legislature may refer to a legislative branch or body of a political subdivision in a federal system.

State Legislature

  1. Jud Strunk became a folk hero of sorts in Maine and in 1970 he narrowly lost the election for a Senate seat in the State legislature.
  2. The Indiana General Assembly is the state legislature, or legislative branch, of the state of Indiana.
  3. The Alaska Legislature is the state legislature of the U.S. state of Alaska.

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