constitutionally valid

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  • On the facts the Court found that the federal policy was constitutionally valid.
  • If so, the second issue was whether the President's decision to bring the Act into force was constitutionally valid or not.
  • Therefore, any such execution and/or incarceration is constitutionally valid, but has no relationship to Japanese criminal law.
  • He insisted that any request to return as regent be constitutionally valid.
  • The Board did not state what it will do if the courts uphold SB1070 as constitutionally valid.
  • A unanimous Court held that the federal Firearms Act was constitutionally valid under the federal criminal law power.
  • As long as at least one of the characterisations is pursuant to a head of power, the law would be constitutionally valid.
  • Hancock subsequently stated that he believes the act to be constitutionally valid and that Alberta will attempt to uphold it.
  • Since the Los Angeles ordinance permitted no hearing, it was a bill of attainder and not constitutionally valid.
  • The Court held that, despite overlapping with valid federal law, the provincial law that restricted the amount of nudity in bars was constitutionally valid.
  • Attorney-General John Latham noted that the Commonwealth had no power to call a referendum, making general election the only constitutionally valid result of the amendment.
  • Prior to this case the issue regarding the constitutional validity of same-sex marriage had been considered by several of the provinces' appellate courts, all of them holding that it was constitutionally valid.
  • It was ordered that Governor Grant Sawyer call a Special Session to submit a constitutionally valid reapportionment plan.
  • The District Court found that both the Senate and the Assembly apportionment laws were "invidiously discriminatory, being based upon no constitutionally valid policy."
  • Permit systems were deemed constitutionally valid so long as the discretion of the issuing official was limited to questions of times, places, and manners, and was not based on the content of the message.
  • The issue of whether the Act was constitutionally valid revolved around the fact that immigration detention is a form of administrative detention, or detention imposed by the executive branch of government.
  • The court's seven to two decision held that the First Amendment applied to public schools, and that administrators would have to demonstrate constitutionally valid reasons for any specific regulation of speech in the classroom.
  • Subsequent legal challenges delayed implementation of statewide prohibition until 1918, when a court ruled in June that Indiana's prohibition law was constitutionally valid.
  • We recognize that Congress has the final authority to define the constitutionally valid options for Puerto Rico to achieve a permanent non-territorial status with government consent and full enfranchisement.
  • We recognize that Congress has the final authority to define the constitutionally valid options for Puerto Rico to achieve a permanent status with the government by consent and full enfranchisement.
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