The current Child Labor Laws in the United States were enacted by Franklin Delano Roosevelt in 1938. US presidents do not enact laws, they merely "see that the laws are faithfully executed". Congress and state legislatures enact laws.
factory owners ignores the law
The word enact is a verb. A sentence using enact: The NRA is concerned the government will enact a new gun control law.
Enact- to make into a law.
The bans had little public support.
South Carolina accepted the compromise tariff of 1832 and withdrew its nullification of the 1828 tariff, but it then "nullified" the Force Act which Jackson had Congress enact to enforce the federal tariff.
The One Child Policy was enacted in the late 1970s to limit the population growth.
Let's try to enact this law today.
The word enact is a verb. The past tense is enacted.
No instructions can be given for how to prepare a script for english drama on child labor. You will have to become creative and come up with your own play to enact.