- A law should be amended or repealed only by the same procedures that were used to enact it.
- A legislature has many of the same powers as a court to support a legislative inquiry.
- Courts often look to legislative intent for guidance in interpreting and applying a law.
- It is the business of the judiciary to interpret the laws, not scan the authority of the lawgiver.
- Such legislation is unconstitutional.
- The greatest happiness of the greatest number is the foundation of morals and legislation.
- The legislative cannot transfer the power of making laws to any other hands.
- The legislative history and the language of the law may provide indications of the legislative intent.
- The legislative power is the supreme power in every commonwealth.
- To carry out an objective review of current legislation is important.