Our argument is that the sunset provision
reflected KYS's desire to constrain his successors from creating a large regulatory state of any kind.
35) This Act similarly contains a fiscal evaluation and sunset provision
effective January 1, 1997.
The policy document, which was sent to the governor, commissioner of education, and legislative leadership, called on the state to eliminate the sunset provision
in the Act and to treat virtual public schools equally by using the same accountability standards as used for every other public school in the state.
The OHV program was facing expiration under a sunset provision
in the original law, which established the program in 1971.
One day after Conference attendees left Capitol Hill, the United States House of Representatives passed legislation that would remove the sunset provision
and make permanent President Bush's 10-year tax cut package (P.
Consistent with the original proposal, the final rule also contains a sunset provision
that automatically eliminates the entire threshold review process once the banking agencies have implemented final rules governing the capital requirements for merchant banking activities.
Contain a sunset provision
after which no suits can be filed (anticipated to be January 1, 2016).
I'm a believer that there should be a sunset provision
on anything that's passed.
A current sunset provision
allows these practitioners to continue only until October 1998.
Further, it called for the elimination of the sunset provision
and codified that Tennessee's school districts are best equipped to provide and oversee their own virtual public schools and should have autonomy as the sole establishing and creating entity.
He also said the town does not need a sunset provision
because selectmen can vote to take down signs on local roads at any time.
If it does not, the automatic sunset provision
written into current law will cause the tax cuts to disappear for everyone at the end of the year, the opposite of McConnell's wish.