POSC – Lecture 14

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POSC – Lecture 14 Handing out paper topics. Going to go over it today. 10-12 pages, due December 1 st 1 st  one – deals w/ preemption. Congress was concerned that different states  would have different restrictions on tobacco companies ability to advertise. Congress  said that states cannot have these non uniform policies and these policies should come  from federal trade commission. States said these regulations were too low. Who has  right to regulate this?  Preemption – like supremacy clause, if there is conflict between fed and state  judiciary, fed judiciary will win.  2 nd  one – district court expressed concerns about the constitutionally of  presidents CZMA exemption on the ground that it …blah blah…(its important). Issue is  basically whether the executive can revise what a court said and alter the court  decision. Can president bush do this under powers of article 2? 
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  • Fall '07
  • Auerbach
  • President of the United States, criminal contempt, PRESIDENTS PARDON POWER, pardon power avail, unconditional pardon

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