Legislative action definition

Legislative action means the development, drafting, introduction, consideration, modification, adoption, rejection, review, enactment or defeat of any bill, resolution, amendment, report, nomination, proposed administrative rule or other matter by the legislature or by either house or any committee, subcom- mittee, joint or select committee thereof, or by a legislator or employee of the legislature acting in an official capacity. “Legis- lative action” also means the action of the governor in approving or vetoing any bill or portion thereof, and the action of the gover- nor or any agency in the development of a proposal for introduc- tion in the legislature.
Legislative action means introduction, sponsorship, testimony, debate, voting, or any other official action on any measure, resolution, amendment, nomination, appointment, or report of, or any matter that may be the subject of action by, either house of the Legislature or any committee thereof.
Legislative action means the introduction, sponsorship, consideration, debate, amendment, passage, defeat, approval, veto or other official action or non-action on any ordinance, resolution, motion, order, appointment, application or other matter pending or proposed in the City Council or any committee or subcommittee thereof.

Examples of Legislative action in a sentence

  • Therefore, we assume for purposes of this letter that any Impairment resulting from a challenged Legislative Action would be substantial under the Federal Contract Clause.

  • Thus, absent such a waiver, money damages would be unavailable to redress the harm to the Bondholders from the Legislative Action.

  • To obtain a preliminary injunction, Bondholders would have to prove that enforcement of the Legislative Action caused harm to them, such as loss of expected payments or loss of bond value.

  • If scheduled payments are disrupted or bond values are depressed by Legislative Action before a trial on the merits, then the Bondholders can prove immediate harm.

  • Again, however, the presence of likely harm is what makes the Legislative Action an Impairment in the first place.


More Definitions of Legislative action

Legislative action means introduction, sponsorship, testimony, debate, voting or any other official action on any measure, resolution, amendment, nomination, appointment, or report, or any matter that may be the subject of action by either house of the Legislative Assembly, or any committee of the Legislative Assembly, or the approval or veto thereof by the Governor.
Legislative action means introduction, sponsorship, consideration, debate, amendment, passage, defeat, approval, veto, or any other official action or nonaction on any bill, ordinance, law, resolution, amendment, nomination, appointment, report, or other matter pending or proposed before a committee or house of the General Assembly, a quorum court, or a city council or board of directors of a municipality.
Legislative action means the introduction, sponsor­ship, consideration, debate, amendment, passage, defeat, ap­proval, veto or other official action or non‑action on any ordinance, resolution, motion, order, appointment, application or other matter pending or proposed in the City Council or any committee or subcommittee thereof.(o-1) "Lobby" or "lobbying" means the conduct described in subsection (p) of this Section 2-156-010.
Legislative action means the drafting, introduction, consideration, modification, enactment or defeat of any bill, resolution, amendment, report, nomination or other matter by the Legislature or by either house or any committee, subcommittee, joint or select committee thereof, or by a member or employee of the Legislature acting in his official capacity. ‘Legislative action’ also means the action of the Governor in approving or vetoing any bill.” (Section 82037.)
Legislative action means the sponsorship, drafting, introduction, consideration, modification, enactment, or defeat of any bill, resolution, amendment, report, nomination, appointment, or any other matter pending or proposed in the council.
Legislative action means the drafting, introduction, consideration, modification, enactment or defeat of any resolution, ordinance, amendment thereto, report, nomination or other action of the mayor, city council, redevelopment agency of the city, or city board or commission, or task force or any joint powers authority of which the city is a party.
Legislative action means introduction, sponsorship, debate, voting or any other nonministerial official action or nonaction on any bill, resolution, amendment, nomination, appointment, report or any other matter pending or proposed in a legislative committee or in either house of the general assembly;