private bill

Definition of "private bill"
  1. A legislative document that is specifically intended to influence a single person, organization, or location instead of the entire population or the entire jurisdiction of a governmental entity
How to use "private bill" in a sentence
  1. The senator introduced a private bill to provide disaster relief funds to the area affected by the hurricane.
  2. The local government submitted a private bill to address the specific needs of the town library.
  3. A private bill can help a single organization, such as a hospital, receive the necessary funding for their specific needs.

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