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This court was a lawmaking body and it made public the laws when they were passed.

The elective Assembly was compelled to share even the lawmaking power with an upper house, the Legislative Council.

This provided that the lawmaking power should be vested in a legislative assembly consisting of two houses.

Next, woman would have political freedom: the right to record her choice in matters of lawmaking.

As the lawmaking power is present everywhere, nothing can escape its multieyed scrutiny.

He followed his father to Williamsburg, where he found attractions more absorbing than lawmaking.

The common people now had a voice in lawmaking, though legislation could be passed without their consent.

The legislative function is lawmaking, and the executive is regulation-making that refines and effectuates the laws of Parliament.

Let the man who gives false evidence be punished as the lawmaking power may prescribe.

The purpose of having two lawmaking bodies is to provide a safeguard against hasty and unwise legislation.

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