Stone's elaborate explication of extraConstitutional language is further testimony to how "interstate commerce" had replaced, unworkably
narrowed, and generally confused the meaning of what the Framers had arguably understood "commerce among the several states" to mean in the first place.
(288) By policing the process of appropriating funds to ensure affordability is considered, a court need not worry that the tuition price it mandates is unworkably
low at some universities, while a windfall for others.
As Brian Doherty relays, (19) the NYU Law Review published an article showing that, in the relevant law, the UK's Contempt of Court Act 1981, "both the definition of contempt and the extent of the public affairs exemption are unworkably
vague." Joanna Armstrong Brandwood, the author of the detailed critique, writes:
Laws against hate speech are unworkably
subjective and widely abused.
Past a certain point, though, the tone starts deteriorating, sounding hoarse and becoming unworkably
unstable and wobbly.
As with all such unworkably
complex schemes for standardization, the ultimate result inevitably settles at the lowest common denominator, not the highest.
Regrettably, in this case, the district court's erroneous and devastating spoliation rulings serve to confirm the worst fears of lawyers and organizational litigants, endorsing an unworkably
expansive interpretation of preservation duties together with an unreasonable application of the most severe sanctions when those duties are not met.
Efforts to "audit the Fed" range from the unworkably
intrusive to the sensible and valuable--the question is not whether but how, as well as by whom, and how frequently, under what circumstances, and with what output.
Oddly, and perhaps unworkably
, this would balance one public benefit
(190) A strong dissent to the decision called the ruling unworkably
vague and inconsistent with the language of IDEA, which requires services to be provided in conformity with or in accordance with the IEP.
Worst case, the final rules will be unworkably
Their singularity makes them unworkably
slow, a clot in the flow of networked information.