politics in administration ii

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Politics in Administration II: Legislative & Judicial Functions
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A. Legislation Enabling Legislation: a law passed by Congress that specifically enables a group, dept, agency to exist, and establishes the rules Guidance Legislation: laws passed by Congress that apply to all organizations Financial: Appropriations: Authorizations: Not Day to Day Control
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B. Legislative Veto Requires Addt’l approval for congress for activity to continue Example: War Powers Act of ’73: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/War_Powers_Resolution
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C. Sunset Laws Requires Congressional Assessment/Re-authorization for program/activity to continue Serves as backstop for evaluation Examples: Clinton’s Assault Weapons Ban & USA Patriot Act
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D. Sunshine Laws Right of access to public meetings Exceptions: Personal issues, Security concerns 3 Requirements:
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