Congressional Oversight Is Not Presidential Harassment
Congress’s power to investigate—a power with deep roots in our nation’s history and precedent—is incredibly broad, and it allows Congress to look into lots of matters that the President would apparently rather remain unexplored
Discretion and the Impeachment Power
There are many ways in which this presidency is unlike so many that preceded it—and those differences are relevant to decisions about impeachment
Where are the Facts?
At oral argument in Janus v. AFSCME, Council 31, an important case about public sector unions, there were a lot of empirical questions—but not a lot of answers.
Process Matters Too
Trump is undermining the administrative separation of powers by circumventing the Senate’s advice-and-consent process in naming leaders of executive branch agencies