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In the last three sessions of Congress, Members of Congress from both political parties have introduced a large number of bills designed to amend or overhaul certain aspects of the federal administrative state.  Among other things, these bills would increase Congressional oversight over agencies, impose additional procedural requirements for agency rulemaking activities, require consideration...

At its mid-year meeting in Dallas last week, the American Bar Association (ABA) House of Delegates adopted a resolution urging Congress to implement...

Earlier this week, on Sept. 17, 2012, America lost one of its great conservationists and administrative lawyers—Russell E. Train.  Mr. Train had a long history of government service that began in the halls of Congress in 1949, where he was an Attorney, Chief Counsel, and Minority Advisor on various Congressional Committees.  In 1956, Mr. Train moved to the Department of Treasury where he...