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Legislation refers

  1. to the process of enacting statutory laws, or
  2. to the set of statutory laws in a state. Legislation is passed by a legislature and, in some states, must also be confirmed by the executive. When a bill becomes a law the law is said to be "promulgated" or "enacted."

For information on legislation in particular jurisdictions, see the following articles:

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