Criminology Essay.docx - Foley 1 Owens Community College Reaction Essay to Bidens Executive Order Advancing Racial Equity and Support for Underserved

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Foley 1 Owens Community College Reaction Essay to Bidens Executive Order: Advancing Racial Equity and Support for Under- served Communities Executive order Amanda Foley Dr. Moore Criminology 240 – 226 February 14, 2021
Foley 2 Reaction to Bidens Executive order: Advancing Racial Equity and Support for Underserved Communities Executive order The U.S constitution allows two major powers at the disposal of any president of the United States president. These two powers consist of being able issue Executive orders as well as power to veto bills from Congress. Executive orders are presidential acts that do not need Con- gressional approval to allow them to take effect and have the same legal weight as the laws that are passed by congress (What Is an Executive Order). Although these orders do have a limit, the "president cannot issue executive orders that go beyond the law or that exceed his authority un- der article II of the U.S constitution and Congress can overrule orders with passing new legisla- tion" (What Is an Executive Order). Moreover, the US constitution grants presidential power on foreign policy, defense, and the negotiation of treaties (What Is an Executive Order). Executive orders can only be given to either federally or state agencies such as the State department or U.S department of Homeland security (What Is an Executive Order). President Biden had pledged back in November 2020 after the election was called, he would defend and protect Black Americans (Johnson, 2021). Biden's first day as president by

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