GB Ch 5 Introduction (part 1)

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Chapter 5 - Administrative Law and Regulation  OBJECTIVES: After completing this lesson, the required reading, and the assignments, learners will be  able to:  1. Explain the history of administrative agencies and distinguish between the  two types of agencies.  2. Describe the powers and functions of agencies, including rulemaking,  enforcement, and adjudication.  3. Outline the steps of an administrative action.  4. Identify the ways in which Congress, the President, and the courts control  agencies, and describe the legal principles involved in adjudication of  administrative cases.  5. Understand how to help shape administrative regulations before they  become final. Introduction This isn't the most exciting topic!  This lesson is brief (at least relative to other chapters)  because I don't have a lot to add to the book's discussion.  Therefore, if a particular  heading is not covered in this lesson, that is because I believe the book information is  adequate. It's often fun to discuss with students just how regulated our lives are.  (I realize that  some of the regulation you're about to consider does not arise from administrative  regulations.  Many are statutes enacted by the Idaho Legislature or Congress, or  perhaps are city or county ordinances.  Even so, it's still a worthwhile exercise.)  Keep in 
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