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Unformatted text preview: The roles for bureaucratic agencies: We want to make this happen, how do we do that? >quasi-legislative (rulemaking) Statutory statement: We want to protect national parks from pollutants. The question is: how do we define “national parks” and how will we do this? How do we measure/enforce/change? These rules have the force of law. >quasi-judicial (administrative adjudication) Determine whether people are abiding by the rules. Is this appropriate/legal behavior? Regulatory affairs. Like Environmental Protection Agency. Handle claims. These agencies have to answer to the federal courts—up for judicial review. Elements of Congressional Delegation When congress create legislation, they are delegating to the executive branch to carry out. Also giving agencies power/latitude. -Chevron: if congress doesn’t like what it sees being carried out, they have to write more finely tunes legislation. Agencies can do anything they want within in the general guidelines of the statute (law of Congress)...
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This note was uploaded on 06/23/2011 for the course POLS 1001 taught by Professor Cann during the Spring '08 term at University of Georgia Athens.
- Spring '08
- Political Science