bone cyst with emphasis on the roentgen picture, the pathologic appearance, and the pathogenesis.
(9) Writing in 1923, early Alaska historian Jeanette Paddock Nichols stated, "[The committee] was of a mind to make the law-making body unicameral
, to the great dismay of Wickersham, who feared that such action would kill his measure." (10) She reported that the proposal died when the House refused to pass the bill without a bicameral structure.
It adds that the case for a unicameral
parliament has not been properly considered nor answered and will be revisited in the foreseeable future, according to the Parliamentary motion.
Two proposals that voters won't see are an anti-abortion measure and a proposal to make Michigan a unicameral
state by firing the Senate.
A guest pastor's prayer before Nebraska's unicameral
legislature that included comments blasting legal abortion and evolution drew rebukes from several lawmakers.
By the end of his second year, however, voters grew weary of Ventura's macho act, impatient with his inability to balance the state budget or work with lawmakers, and indifferent to initiatives such as creating a unicameral
Nebraska Legislature in April restored $44 million of spending vetoed by the governor and increased taxes to raise an additional $140 million to balance the state's fiscal 2002-2003 budget.
Shall the polity be parliamentary or presidential, bicameral or unicameral
, federal or unitary, a republic or a constitutional monarchy?
It is a unicameral
legislature and most seats are controlled by the NDP.