Conlaw - Appointment Powers Morrison v Olson(1988)—ethics in gov’t act The Special Division—Court of three judges Prosecutor may be removed

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Take Care Clause In Re Neagle (1890) Presidential Signing Statements —constitutional Reserves right to not enforce an unconstitutional portion —rhetorical Support’/rhetorical CRS -congressional research services Reagan—26% George H.W. Bush—68% Clinton—27% George W. Bush—85% Over 800 provisions Raised Constitutional Questions Presidential Veto Congress gave the president a line-item veto. Supreme Court struck down Line-Item Veto. Clinton v. C de Nueva York (1998)
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Unformatted text preview: Appointment Powers Morrison v. Olson (1988)—ethics in gov’t act. The Special Division—Court of three judges, Prosecutor may be removed by Attn’y Gen’l, but only with cause. Pres. Ordered that the special prosecutor be fired, but the Attn’y general resigned. Investigation of EPA. Principal v. Inferior Officers Myers v. U.S. (1926) Humphrey’s executor v. U.S. (1935)...
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