March 14, 2023
Episode 93: How Powerful Should America's Chief Executive Be?
As we await the fate of the Biden administration's student loan forgiveness program before the Supreme Court, we take a look at the evolving use and existence of executive power. How powerful should the executive branch be? How would we go about reducing executive power? Jeanne Hruska speaks with Peter M. Shane about the evolution of executive power, with a close look at the last 40 years.
Episode Host: Jeanne Hruska, Sr Advisor for Communications and Strategy
Episode Guest: Peter M. Shane, ACS Board of Directors, Ohio State University’s Moritz College of Law
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