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legislator

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Officials
legislatorle‧gis‧la‧tor /ˈledʒəsleɪtə $ -ər/ ●○○ AWL noun [countable]  PGOLAWsomeone who has the power to make laws or belongs to an institution that makes laws
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legislatorThe Government has wisely allowed legislators to choose between this approach and one of the Warnock minority alternatives.That tax-free allowance is currently $ 35 for Maricopa County legislators and $ 60 a day for the rest.Vargas said the body would try to respond to concerns of legislators and officials over the content and timetable of some programs.The law bars 26 veteran legislators, including the Democratic leaders of both houses, from seeking re-election next year.When legislators look where cuts can be made, arts budgets are often the first to come under scrutiny.This is an area where legislators urgently seek reform.This makes the bilateral game one in which legislators learn about bureaucratic biases and manipulate penalties for deceit.First, demand real reform from your legislators, and promise that you will hold them accountable.
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