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Excellent post by Plumer about the challenge to the EPA’s authority to issue regulations pertaining to greenhouse gases.   If outright denialist arguments don’t prevail, they could succeed in getting the regulations made impractical enough that Congress is likely to withdraw authority.  (Something they haven’t done, it’s important to add when considering arguments that the […]
I don’t think it contradicts the text of Matt’s post, but it’s worth noting that the trend towards unilateral executive power is a question of constitutional norms, as opposed to the text of the Constitution. John Yoo’s nonsense notwithstanding, the framers were worried about the President having excessive authority over foreign affairs, and clearly divided […]
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