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If the Republicans Win Big on Tuesday, So Will the CIA
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  • Foreign Policy
Letter to Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs on Jeh Johnson Nomination
Drone Program Secrecy Violates Constitution, Group Claims
Federal Drive Interview with Morton Rosenburg about Presidential Recess Appointments
A three-judge appeals court has dealt a setback to the Obama administration in the way it made recess appointments. The ruling could invalidate the appointment of Richard Cordray at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. The court said presidents can only make recess appointments during the recess between yearly sessions of Congress and only if the vacancy happens during that recess. President Obama appointed Cordray during the July Fourth holiday. Mort Rosenberg is a fellow at the Constitution Project and a former specialist the American Law Division of the Congressional Research Service.
An overbroad executive privilege claim
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  • The National Law Journal
Legal responses to 9/11 still in flux
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  • The National Law Journal
Calling on the Constitution: Cite it right
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  • The Washington Post
Congress’s crucial oversight role
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  • The Washington Post
When Congress Comes Calling: A Primer on the Principles, Practices, and Pragmatics of Legislative Inquiry
TCP handbook authored by Morton Rosenberg outlining relative powers of Congress and executive branch and legislative oversight process.
Troubling Obama Administration Positions Threaten the Constitution
TCP Board expresses concern that President Obama had rejected opportunities "to renounce policies of the former administration that have undermined our constitutional system."
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