Document Type

Article

Journal Title

Wake Forest Law Review

Volume

51

First Page

881

Publication Date

2016

Abstract

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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