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Use "nondelegation" in a sentence
"This memorandum explains the importance of the "nondelegation" principle to our constitutional system and concludes that EESA unconstitutionally ..."
"In this day in age, the fact that the other limitations of the federal government, that is, enumerated powers and nondelegation, have virtually disappeared makes these procedural safeguards even more important."
"And to the extent that the Bill of Rights, the nondelegation doctrine, or other constitutional doctrines or provisions restrict the constitutional domain of statutes, those doctrines and provisions apply with equal (if not greater) force against alternative statutory instruments passed per delegated statutory authority."