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GOVERNMENT NOTES - GOVERNMENT NOTES Chapter 8 Making Policy...

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GOVERNMENT NOTES Chapter 8 Making Policy Administrative discretion allows a lot of latitude. Rule-making is a quasi-legislative process. Formal procedure for making regulations. Administrative adjudication is quasi-judicial process. Used to settle disputes between two parties. Agency Accountability Unclear who agencies should be accountable to. Presidents try to make the right appointments. Can also shape policy through executive orders. Congress can use oversight powers and funding. Judiciary can review regulations. Chapter 9 KNOW THE NAMESOF THE 9 JUDGES ON THE USSUPREME COURT! If two individuals have problems and they are from different states it is a federal business .If they are from the same state the case will be thrown out of court. John G. Roberts Jr.- Chief Justice Roots of the Federal Judiciary Hamilton called it “the least dangerous branch.” Little on the judiciary in the constitution.
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Creates high Court, Congress establishes other.
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This note was uploaded on 10/15/2010 for the course GOV 111 taught by Professor Bartell during the Fall '10 term at Evangel.

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