2 edition of constitutional and political aspects of the legislative veto found in the catalog.
constitutional and political aspects of the legislative veto
Karen Fair Harrell
|Statement||Karen Fair Harrell.|
|Series||Public administration series--bibliography,, P 1620|
|LC Classifications||KF4944.A1 H37 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||11 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||11|
|LC Control Number||85140531|
That is, the agency can set the rules that business must comply with, can investigate and prosecute those businesses, and can hold administrative hearings for violations of those rules. The Senate also chooses a President Pro Tempore to preside in the Vice-President's absence though, in practice, most of the time, senators from the majority take turns presiding for short periods. The votes on several issues at the Philadelphia convention and the votes at the ratifying conventions also are reported. The index ranges from and captures the presence or absence of seven important aspects of executive lawmaking: 1 the power to initiate legislation; 2 the power to issue decrees; 3 the power to initiate constitutional amendments; 4 the power to declare states of emergency; 5 veto power; 6 the power to challenge the constitutionality of legislation; and 7 the power to dissolve the legislature.
This reduces to a minimum the incidence of spurious relationships between any particular factor and a vote. Many studies in the traditional literature question an economic interpretation of the Constitution because they question whether the Constitution is strictly an economic document designed solely to promote specific economic interests. Wade, The Constitution does not explicitly mention any right of privacy. In Article II, the Constitution sets forth the powers and responsibilities of the branch—the presidency—and makes it clear that the president should be the commander in chief of the armed forces. Under the Constitution, the Articles were replaced with a political system that consisted of a powerful central government with, ultimately, little state sovereignty.
The types of economic interests that mattered for the choice of specific issues were those that were likely to have accounted for a substantial portion of the overall wealth or represent the primary livelihood of the founders. The Results of a Survey on Forty Propositions. To some extent this co-ordination results from the rather fortunate compatibility of ideas that have been separately developed, at least in their initial, preliminary stages. In addition, only one-third of the Senate stands for election during an even year.
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The pocket veto occurs near the end of a Congressional session. The House of Representatives is currently composed of four hundred and thirty-five members. In other words, Congress has the power of the purse. Were the economic, financial, and other interests of the founders significant factors in their support for the Constitution, or their support for specific clauses in it, or their support for ratification?
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Because actual constitutional settings will always involve political actors who possess partisan interests and who likely will be able to predict the consequences of their decisions; partisan interests will influence constitutional choice.
The findings of this reexamination, which have become the accepted view among quantitative economic historians today Robert Whaples,provide answers to many heretofore-unresolved issues involving the adoption of the Constitution.
Was the separation of powers violated if agencies had power to make rules that were equivalent to legislative statutes? Two observations might be offered about its prescriptive use. Immediately, a ten-day clock for the president to act in starts to tick. Sometimes destructive competition constitutional and political aspects of the legislative veto book result if constitutional and political aspects of the legislative veto book is no regulation.
Agencies are usually given broad powers to investigate, set standards promulgating regulationsand enforce those standards.
For instance, University of Maryland Constitutional History Professor Herman Belz's critical assessment of expansive constitutional construction notes that "constitutionalism The modern evidence attests to the paramount importance of the specific political actors involved in the American constitutional founding.
In the first place, by fact of its being there, the soil along the fence row is likely to be more fertile, more productive, when properly cultivated, than that which is to be found in the more readily accessible center of the field.
There were, and are, checks on simple majority voting though. Offers no formal or quantitative analysis. Wade, US The findings are dated though because of their preliminary nature. Given the success of the supporters of the Constitution and the esteem given their arguments presented in The Federalist, the opponents have often been denigrated and ignored.
Public policy objectives in the social arena include ensuring equal opportunity in employment, protecting employees from unhealthy or unsafe work environments, preserving environmental quality and resources, and protecting consumers from unsafe products.
If the national veto had been put into the Constitution, which it was not, and representation in the national Congress was based on the population of a state, which it was and is in the House of Representatives, rather than each state possessing an equal vote as under the Articles, representatives from the most populous states could have controlled legislative outcomes.
The Englishman John Locke first pioneered the idea, but he only suggested a separation between the executive and legislative. Adding in the institutionalisation of violence as a means to obstruct or force political change e. In these acts, Congress must delegate authority by giving the agency some direction as to what it wants the agency to do.Informal tools: veto threat, dispensing favors, implementing legislation.
The legislative power often depends on many factors surrounding a President's time in office: when things such aspartisan forces, public opinion, and timing are all working in the President's favor, then he. Get this from a library! The constitutional and political aspects of the legislative veto.
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