The tension between the rule of law and the politics of regulation reflected in oversight by the Executive Office of the President of the EPA. The presidential use of regulatory review and the congressional responses it has provoked pose new challenges to theories of the impact of separation of powers on federal policymaking.
Robert V. Percival,
Checks Without Balance: Executive Office Oversight of the Environmental Protection Agency,
54 Law and Contemporary Problems
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