Only Congress Can Legally Pass Laws

When Congress abdicates that duty to the regulation writers, it makes cronyism even worse.

A slew of major laws in the past decade that relied heavily on the executive branch to implement the bulk of their provisions have led to enforcement practices that vary depending on the political party in power.

“Depending on who’s in office at a particular moment of time,” he added, “the rules just swing back and forth like a pendulum.”

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