The following space shall address the inseverable
link between Russian Orthodox Church and Russian Nationalism and the conspicuous, generation long renewal of Orthodox and Tsarist symbolism that has taken place under the Russian Federation.
It results in a determination either that the statute is "severable"--in which case the court invalidates only the statute's unconstitutional provisions or applications--or "inseverable
"--in which case at least some of the rest of the statute is invalidated.
Last year, a federal judge in Texas ruled that when Congress effectively eliminated the Affordable Care Act's individual mandate penalty, because that penalty was inseverable
from the rest of the act, the entire law was unconstitutional.
O'Connor ruled that the individual mandate in the ACA is unconstitutional due to its elimination following passage of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017, as well as inseverable
from the entire ACA.
In his 55-page opinion, O'Connor writes that the individual mandate is unconstitutional, saying that it "can no longer be fairly read as an exercise of Congress' tax power." The judge also concludes that this insurance requirement "is essential to and inseverable
from the remainder of the ACA."
Her corporality was directly linked to her (loss of) motherhood, which was inseverable
from her identity.
"The 'Palm of Hand' is the only election symbol, which is a part of the human body, and therefore available as an inseverable
part of the human body at any point of time," his letter read.
JLWOP patently denies youths of "free[dom] to inquire, to study and to evaluate, to gain new maturity and understanding"; (113) in fact, JLWOP is inseverable
from a presumption of incorrigibility.
(20) Anti-Israel sentiment has become so intertwined with antisemitism that the two concepts are frequently inseverable
, as shown by terrorist attacks targeting Jews to protest against Israel's policies.
Much has changed since 1990 but one of the enduring appeals of our sport is its inseverable
links to its past through names like Tirol and Dayjur, Hannon and Hern.
If a court reinterprets a statute so as to exclude certain applications, other parts of the statute could theoretically be held inseverable
from these applications.
. The length and complexity of a statute weighs against,