Single bill

(Law) a written engagement, generally under seal, for the payment of money, without a penalty.
- Nares.

See also: Single

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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'In the circumstances, it is hoped that the government reconsiders its original intention to table the said Bills or alternatively, introduce a single Bill for the purpose of tackling the menace of racism and it's consequences, such as hate speech,' he added.
It earned its name by failing to pass a single Bill since it first sat on April 5.
The government could not get passed even a single bill from the national assembly.
In the first 100 days, parliament was unable to pass a single bill except the Finance Supplementary Bill 2018, which does require Senate and committee approval.
John Bel Edwards has an unusual distinction: He's never let a single bill become law without his signature.
It earned its name by failing to pass a single Bill since it first sat on April 5: it was at loggerheads with the King over its refusal to allow him extra taxes.
With the rollout of e-way bill system in these states/Union Territory, the ministry said trade and industry would be further facilitated insofar as the transport of goods is concerned, thereby eventually paving the way for a nationwide single bill system.
ISLAMABAD -- Senate Functional Committee on Human RightsThursday formed a three-member committee to look into two separate 'The Transgenders Persons (Protection of Rights) Bills 2017, deliberate over these, transform these two into a single bill and submit before the committee within a month.
Customers will receive a single bill for all these services.
But with 10 days left and no single bill on the governor's desk, where do things stand?
The Scottish Tories said it was "woeful" that the SNP had not had a single bill for scrutiny by MSPs since May's election.