Don't we pay you to enforce the laws?'"
Or they only enforce them against some people.
It is possible for law to be neutral in moral issues, or it can be used to enforce morality.
It was passed in 1956, in order to give Presidents the authority to enforce civil-rights laws.
It could, in theory, enforce quarantines on communities.
If auditing is failing as a way to enforce standards, what measures could protect people and planet?
Mr McCloskey maintained that they were seeking to enforce the rules in regards to any unmarried couple, regardless of sexuality.
While this might sound like a scenario from a dystopian novel, the use of technology and science to enforce a border is not particularly new.
If local law enforcement opts not to enforce gun laws, then "the FBI, ATF, and Department of Justice can still enforce federal law there."
If any Burmese leaders were eventually charged, the ICC would also be limited in its capacity to enforce the decisions and bring them to trial in The Hague.
One of the major practical difficulties is to actually enforce regulation, both on the level of the state and on the level of the individual who has a claim.
It allows the government to enforce compliance, not only on obvious metrics like tax, pollution and quality controls, but also to ensure companies toe the political line.
We would enforce this like we enforce driver’s licenses — after a reasonable grace period, law enforcement would be empowered to require anyone carrying or using a gun to produce their license.”
For instance, it may be undesirable to enforce a duty to provide personal relationship goods because we lack a legitimate way of doing it—we do not know how to enforce the duty without violating some rights.
It seems important to draw a distinction between how feasible it is to enforce duties corresponding to the right to enjoy personal relationship goods, and how desirable it is to enforce the duties in particular circumstances.
"I am signing this bill, ensuring that our small businesses will no longer be required to enforce mandates imposed on them by their cities who are choosing not to enforce it themselves," Ducey, a Republican, said Friday, according to a report from Arizona Central.
In all cases, mixture occurred in a setting in which Europeans were socially, economically, and militarily dominant and thus able to exploit black and indigenous labour and to enforce—or at least attempt to enforce—cultural changes in such areas as religious practice.
In a letter, the coalition also called on Facebook to better enforce its policies on election integrity, voter interference, and hate speech, “and not pick and choose when it will enforce its standards” and more swiftly remove voter suppression content on the platform.
Should the government want to compel local authorities to enforce federal law, they'd likely run into problems because the Supreme Court has already ruled that the federal government can't "commandeer" state officials to enforce federal law, Levinson said, citing New York vs.
An order by the Texas Supreme Court to require judges to enforce the federal eviction moratorium has expired, and to the alarm of renters and housing advocates, the Texas Justice Court Training Center issued guidance on Wednesday telling judges it's no longer their job to enforce the eviction ban.
- ensure observance of laws and rules
- compel to behave in a certain way
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