History of Executive Orders
David Abshire talked about the history of executive orders, laws made by the president that bypassing Congress. At the time of this… read more
David Abshire talked about the history of executive orders, laws made by the president that bypassing Congress. At the time of this program, President Obama had begun to use executive orders because of the divided state of Congress. He also responded to telephone calls and electronic communications. close
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