Panel IV: The Appropriations Power and the Necessary and Proper Clause

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We are going to talk about some of the coercive aspects that the Constitution, in a sense, gives to the Congress, because there are some constitutional powers given to the Congress which directly relate to how the executive branch does its job.

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Edwin Meese III (75th Attorney General)
William Barr (Assistant Attorney General, United States Department of Justice)
Louis Fisher (Congressional Research Service)
Geoffrey P. Miller (New York University)
Kate Stith (Yale Law School)

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