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Unformatted text preview: remove an appointed Reasoning: Justice Frankfurter 1. The Court has found in Humphreys Executor v. United States , that the president does not have the power to remove agency officials from their positions without Congressional consent. 2. The Court has explicitly disapproved the expressions in Myers V United States , that the president has inherent constitutional powers to remove members of quasi-judicial bodies. 3. The Court does not have a removal for cause involving the rectitude of a member of an adjudicatory body until the Senate could act upon in by confirming the appointment of a new Commissioner or otherwise dealing with the matter. Concurring Opinions: None Dissenting Opinions: None...
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