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Y 4.R 86/1: EX 3

EXECUTIVE ORDERS

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Stanford Law Library

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COMMITTEE ON RULES

DAVID DREIER, California, Chairman PORTER GOSS, Florida

JOHN JOSEPH MOAKLEY, Massachusetts JOHN LINDER, Georgia

MARTIN FROST, Texas DEBORAH PRYCE, Ohio

TONY P. HALL, Ohio
LINCOLN DIAZ-BALART, Florida

LOUISE M. SLAUGHTER, New York
DOC HASTINGS, Washington
SUE MYRICK, North Carolina
PETE SESSIONS, Texas
THOMAS REYNOLDS, New York

VINCE RANDAZZO, Staff Director
ERIC PELLETIER, Deputy Staff Director
GEORGE C. CRAWFORD, Minority Staff Director
DAVID POMERANTZ, Deputy Minority Staff Director

BRYAN H. ROTH, Office and Systems Manager

SUBCOMMITTEE ON LEGISLATIVE AND BUDGET PROCESS

PORTER GOSS, Florida, Chairman DEBORAH PRYCE, Ohio

MARTIN FROST, Texas DOC HASTINGS, Washington

JOHN JOSEPH MOAKLEY, Massachusetts
SUE MYRICK, North Carolina
DAVID DREIER, California

WENDY SELIG, Staff Director
KRISTI WALSETH, Minority Staff Director

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CONTENTS

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Opening statement of the Hon. Porter J. Goss, chairman of the Subcommittee

on Legislative and Budget Process

Opening statement of the Hon. David Dreier, chairman of the Committee

on Rules

Opening statement of the Hon. Deborah Pryce, a member of the Sub-

committee on Legislative and Budget Process

Statement of:

Cox, Douglas, Principal Deputy Assistant Attorney General, U.S. Depart-

ment of Justice, 1992–1993; Partner, Gibson, Dunn and Crutcher LLP

(prepared statement p. 9)

Kinkopf, Neil, Special Assistant, Office of Legal Counsel, U.S. Depart-

ment of Justice, 1993–1997; Professor of Law, Georgia State University

(prepared statement p. 15)

Bedell, Robert, Administrator, Office of Federal Procurement Policy, Of-

fice of Management and Budget, 1986–1988; Deputy and Acting Admin-

istrator, Office of Information & Regulatory Affairs, 1983–1986; Deputy

and Acting General Counsel, 1973–1983; President, RPB Company

(prepared statement p. 23)

Sargentich, Tom, Senior Attorney Adviser, Office of Legal Counsel, U.S.

Department of Justice, 1978–1983; Professor of Constitutional and Ad-

ministrative Law, Washington College of Law, American University

(prepared statement p. 30)

Olson, William, Co-Author, CATO Study Entitled “Executive Orders and

National Emergencies”; Attorney-At-Law, William Olson P.C., McLean

Virginia (prepared statement p. 132)

Mosley, Ray, Director, Office of the Federal Register, National Archives

and Records Administration (prepared statement p. 138)

Additional information submitted for the record:

Policy Analysis: Executive Orders and National Emergencies, How Presi-

dents Have Come to Run the Country by Usurping Legislative Power,

by William J. Olson and Alan Woll

Questions and answers submitted for the record:

Cox, Douglas

Kinkopf, Neil

Bedell, Robert

Sargentich, Tom

Olson, William

Mosley, Ray

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