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Obama's Equivocal Defense of Agency Independence
(Constitutional Commentary, 2010)
You can't judge a President by his view of Article II. At the very least, only looking to a President's construction of Article II gives a misleading portrait of the actual legal authority recent Presidents have asserted. ...
The Future of Agency Independence
(Vanderbilt Law Review, 2010)
Independent agencies have long been viewed as different from executive-branch agencies because the President lacks authority to fire their leaders for political reasons, such as failure to follow administration policy. In ...
Agency Coordination in Shared Regulatory Space
(Harvard Law Review, 2012)
This Article argues that inter-agency coordination is one of the great challenges of modern governance. It explains why lawmakers frequently assign overlapping and fragmented delegations that require agencies to "share ...
Inadvertent Implications of the War Powers Resolution
(Case Western Reserve Journal of International Law, 2012)
The constitutional infirmity of the War Powers Resolution has been uniformly demonstrated by more than four decades of bipartisan experience. The Resolution manifestly fails to eliminate the healthy interbranch tensions ...