Justices to Decide the Scope of Recess-Appointment Authority

Constitutional case tests presidents' power to appoint.

, The National Law Journal


History and dictionaries are the weapons of choice in a major constitutional battle between the administration and the U.S. Senate over the president's power to make appointments during recesses of that legislative body.

Originally appeared in print as For the Justices, a Balancing Act

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