Chapter 4: Common Law, Statutory Law, and Administrative Law

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Legislative history and intent Public policy Griggs v. Duke Power Co. (1971) Changing Times Wards Cove Packing v. Atonio Voter’s Role Influences legislation and legislatures Congressional Override If President vetoes a bill, Congress can override the veto if HOUSE of Representatives and Senate repass the bill by a margin 215 democratic members, vote to override veto, no reps vote Has veto been overridden? No? Administrative Law Creation of Agencies First administrative agency was created to regulate railroads Flexibility v. unreachable by voters Classification of Agencies Types: Executive vs. Independent Enabling Legislation Congress creates a federal agency by passing enabling legislation Power of Agencies Rule making Types of Rules Legislative Much like statutes Interpretive Do not change the law Agencys interpretation of what the law already requires How Rules are Made Informal rulemaking Publishes a proposed rule in advance, allows public to comment Formal Rulemaking Required to hold a hearing before issuing rule 2
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