Rulemaking: how government agencies write law and make policy
Kerwin examines rulemaking as a relatively unfamiliar yet vital aspect of lawmaking. He uses examples, such as the EPA's implementation of the Clean Air Act, to illustrate this important stage in the policymaking process, including basic rulemaking procedures and judicial consideration of rules.
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The Definition of Rulemaking
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Rulemaking: How Government Agencies Write Law and Make Policy, 4th Edition
Cornelius M Kerwin,Scott R Furlong
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