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The Legislative Powers
- Bicameralism & Presentment (260-261).
- INS v. Chadha (261-272).
- Clinton v. City of New York (272-281).
- Read Article I, Section 8 of the Constitution (3-4).
- Enumerated Powers in Article I, Section 8 (281-283).
- Bills of Attainder (283-284).
- Note 5 – Nixon v. GSA (293-294).
- Ex Post Facto Clause (294-295).
- Contracts Clause (295).
This is Chief Justice Warren E. Burger, who wrote the majority opinion in INS v. Chadha.
This is Jagdish Chadha.
Justice Louis Powell authored a concurring opinion.
Justice White dissented.
The City of New York was led, at the time by Mayor Rudy Giuliani, who opposed President Clinton’s usage of the “Line Item Veto.”
The majority opinion was authored by Justice John Paul Stevens.
Justice Anthony Michael Kennedy concurred.
Justice Stephen G. Breyer dissented, in part.
Justice Antonin Scalia dissented, in other parts.
Nixon v. GSA concerned President Nixon’s attempts to keep secret tapes he recorded privately in the White House.