features including, typically, multimember
leadership enjoying for-cause
The big exception is for multimember
LLCs that are "small partnerships.
Justice Department lawyers wrote that CFPB's single-director design "lacks those critical structural attributes that have been thought to justify 'independent' status for multimember
Russell Deacon, a leading expert on Welsh political history, noted that in this age of multimember
constituencies, "every seat in Wales had an MP who took the Liberal whip".
104) Others, such as Justice Stephen Breyer, have insisted that fears ought to be dispelled simply by the familiar practice of attributing intentions to multimember
bodies such as corporations.
foreign eligible entity that has at least one member with unlimited liability will be considered a foreign partnership under Regs.
The need to quantify forecast uncertainty has resulted in many operational centers adopting multimember
Consistent with the relevant literature, I also include several more factors that may be linked to the proportion of minority legislators: both black and Hispanic population shares, (244) the average population of a state house district, (245) whether a state is covered by section 5 of the Voting Rights Act, (246) and whether a state uses any multimember
The various voting systems highlighted by witnesses were generally divided between single member constituencies (for example, first-past-the-post and preferential voting) and multimember
constituencies (for example, mixed member proportional representation and dual member proportional representation).
As used in the Constitution, "Legislature" refers to a multimember
lawmaking body that is distinct from the people.
Under the OPMA, every meeting of multimember
governing bodies of local and state public agencies have to be open and accessible to the public.
The Garden State has multimember
districts in which voters select two candidates to represent them in the Assembly.