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Defining Lawmaking Power
Wake Forest Law Review
  • Kimberly L. Wehle, University of Baltimore School of Law
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This Article teases apart the various permutations of what the federal lawmaking power means, canvases the Court's historical treatment of that question, and describes its practical implications as a matter of both constitutional and administrative law. It proposes a taxonomy of lawmaking in an effort to bring coherence to the task of defining the lawmaking power as well as Congress's prerogative to exercise it.

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Kimberly L. Wehle. "Defining Lawmaking Power" Wake Forest Law Review Vol. 51 (2016) p. 881
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