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public policy

the fundamental policy on which laws rest, especially policy not yet enunciated in specific rules.
Law. the principle that injury to the public good or public order constitutes a basis for setting aside, or denying effect to, acts or transactions.
Origin of public policy
1775-85 Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • In the first place, the courts have said that public policy requires the power of the master and officers should be sustained.
  • He says the strength of the new school will be business and its interaction with technology and public policy.
  • Recognising that public policy must aim to influence culture is not the same as suggesting how.
  • Private money and private interests still control too much of public policy.
  • Our entire public policy process is built on the image of people as utility maximizing rational creatures.
  • Many public policy decisions today have a high-tech component.
  • Disinformation is malicious, and is designed to protect and increase industry profits at the expense of sane public policy.
  • She's best known, though, for her work on security and public policy.
  • public policy reforms in the poor countries are therefore not enough.
  • Obviously is a lack of public policy for water and sanitation.

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