The importance of enacting laws (Nevada example)
- JMHO, but shouldn't one raise the argument that a "law" was not properly enacted via objection or other form of challenge with 30 days after it's inception per due process and/or legal procedure?
After all, said "laws" are published and the public given adequate notice that said laws were enacted. There is a time to object in all proceedings.
Just like the 14th Amd, the courts have ruled that even though it wasn't properly ratified, it is now the law of the land "by use."
Just food for thought.
Scott <jazzstock67@...> wrote:
Have any Nevada Laws been enacted since 1982? The evidence points
towards no. It's all about the enacting clause and prior to 1982,