Washington University Law Quarterly
My topic is the delegation of legislative power which occurs when a statute authorizes the Executive to make the rules of conduct. My purpose is to urge you to begin to rethink whether this prevalent practice is a wise and good thing.
David Schoenbrod, Frank Easterbrook, Steven Ross, and Theodore Olson,
Panel II: Presidential Lawmaking Powers: Vetoes, Line Item Vetoes, Signing Statements, Executive Orders, and Delegations of Rulemaking Authority,
68 Wash. U. L. Q. 533
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