Proposals for Reforming the Presidency
Dan Schnur talked about proposals from his organization, No Labels, for reforming the American presidency, and he responded to telephone calls and electronic communications. Some of the ideas include more direct interaction between the president and Congress, and monthly news conferences, a line item veto, and presidential authority to “fast-track” legislation. He also outlined a plan for congressional improvements. close
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