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use "enact" in a sentence

Couples From All Over The World Re-Enact Kiss At The End Of WWII "..

The agency has urged Congress to enact a baseline federal consumer privacy law.

Without the science, the EPA cannot enact new regulations to protect the public.

They had earlier promised to enact the law in March and hold a referendum in May.

Sociologist Anni Doriane says it is imperative to enact anti-imitation firearm laws.

Los Angeles is the first city in the nation to enact strict cell phone tower standards.

It did not immediately stop the program, but upped the pressure on lawmakers to enact reforms.

It will take Commissioners passing a resolution on 2 consecutive meetings to enact a Wheel Tax.

The authors recommended that state and federal lawmakers enact policies to limit these charges.

Kenney did not specify on whether or not the city should enact new laws to address gentrification.

She will also enact measures that could spark complaints from the food industry and tobacco sector.

Several states have tried to enact laws banning the free handouts, but the laws haven't passed.

Every summer, volunteers re-enact the historical battle for tourists visiting the site.

Liddy's proposals would cost approximately $1 million to enact.

Tenure Perry helped enact restrictions on fast food restaurants in her district.

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The Manila selfie museum encouraging visitors to take pictures with art

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Family lives with lions

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Window cleaners have an accident

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Two hundred years after the Battle of Waterloo

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