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Institutional Design and the Lingering Legacy of Antifederalist Separation of Powers Ideals in the States
(Vanderbilt Law Review, 1999)
This Article applies comparative institutional analysis to separation of powers under state constitutions, with a particular focus on the nondelegation doctrine and states' acceptance of Chadha-like restrictions on legislative ...
"Statutory NonDelegation": Learning from Florida's Recent Experience in Administrative Procedure Reform
(Widener Journal of Public Law, 1999)
In this Article, I assess one of the more notable reforms Florida made to its APA in 1996 with the intention of enhancing the accountability of agency rulemaking, and I discuss the lessons other state reformers can learn ...