PUBLIC AGENCIES AS LOBBYISTS

@inproceedings{Deshazo2005PUBLICAA,
  title={PUBLIC AGENCIES AS LOBBYISTS},
  author={J. R. Deshazo and J. H. Freeman},
  year={2005}
}
In this Article Professors DeShazo and Freeman identify a new mechanism by which Congress can control delegated power: the use of other agencies as lobbyists - a phenomenon the Article calls lateral legislative control. Agency lobbying can help to solve the problem that Congress creates when it charges an agency with additional mandates that conflict with the primary mandates in the agency's enabling act. Rather than balancing these competing duties, agencies frequently resolve such… CONTINUE READING