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But the bill may overreach its intentions, some worry.
But such instances of interpretive overreach are scarce.
Publishers have lobbied against the federal program, calling it an example of government overreach.
In economics, uncertainty unsettles the markets, causing key actors to miscalculate or overreach.
These distinguished poems do not overreach themselves with natter of private affairs better left unpublished.
Ironically, the failure of experts to recognize when they overreach can be explained by insights from behavioral economics.
It is here that the book begins to overreach itself.
On the other hand, it seems that powerful unions frequently overreach in advocating for their members.
Yet from the point of view of liberty, there is a serious danger of overreach, and therefore grounds for caution.
The current crisis itself owes much to governmental overreach.
Overreach supposedly no longer applies to wealthy capitalist nations.
But there is more involved here than bureaucratic overreach.
Yeah it is another overreach by our government because it should be up to our teachers to decide what's best for the students.
The result has been a series of public rebellions in reaction to ideological overreach by both parties.
Critics see federal overreach in school lunch swap.
But then, that's what happens when the haters overreach.
The administration's overreach has backfired politically.
It should never try to overreach, and should be reasonable within the bounds of law and sound administration.
Even local government sees the regulatory overreach that hampers local government projects.
Fourth, the approach would establish meaningful boundaries and constraints to prevent regulatory overreach.
Job-killing government overreach is not what the doctor ordered for our struggling economy.
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