Vol. 164 Nbr. 7, June - June 2016
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- Introduction: the bounds of executive discretion in the regulatory state.
- The most knowledgeable branch.
- Constitutional arrogance.
- Balance-of-powers arguments, the structural constitution, and the problem of executive "underenforcement."(Symposium: The Bounds of Executive Discretion in the Regulatory State)
- Legal limits and the implementation of the Affordable Care Act.
- Faithful execution and enforcement discretion.
- Presidential signing statements: a new perspective.
- The Protean take care clause.
- Separation of powers legitimacy: an empirical inquiry into norms about executive power.
- The judicial role in constraining presidential nonenforcement discretion: the virtues of an APA approach.
- The third bound.