Translation of legislature in Spanish:

legislature

asamblea legislativa, n.

Pronunciation: /ˈlɛdʒəˌsleɪtʃər//ˈlɛdʒɪslətʃə/

noun

  • 1

    asamblea legislativa feminine
    • That is how the legislature scrutinises the laws the executive intends to pass.
    • Congress and state legislatures use such data in making laws governing the nonprofit sector.
    • In most such countries, abortion laws were formulated by legislatures rather than courts.
    • Laws passed by legislatures are written in general and often vague language.
    • We are, in fact, one of the longest continuously operating national legislatures in the world.
    • It is the job of Congress and state legislatures to pass laws of general applicability.
    • The workers have threatened to take members of the state legislature to court over the issue.
    • Acknowledging the legislature did not mean that every law was considered correct.
    • It is expected that the draft law will be voted on by the legislature at the end of April.
    • State legislatures across the nation are debating whether to set up their own voucher options.
    • Now the legislature must pass a statute governing the assembly's exercise of power.
    • State legislatures are looking at ways to increase state revenues to fill budget deficits.
    • Members of Congress and state legislatures cast thousands of votes on hundreds of bills each year.
    • Laws are passed by legislatures on the basis of necessity, rather than morality.
    • The outcome will resonate through state legislatures all across the country.
    • Not only that, but they benefit from affirmative action in legislatures and the bureaucracy.
    • The bill passed by the legislature was narrowly tailored to apply only to the one case.
    • About thirty state legislatures and governors had come out in favor of the League.
    • Members of parliament and the state legislatures are selected in democratic elections.
    • Normally, legislatures permit themselves to draw new district lines once a decade.