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The relationship between the legislature, agencies, and special interest groups is known as the ________________.
Which of the following is NOT one of the purposes for submission of proposed legislative programs?
Which one of the following is NOT one of the major purposes of prudential approaches to statutory interpretation?
All of the following are canons for institutionally responsible statutory interpretation EXCEPT:
CFPB stands for_______________________________.
Textualist judges interpret statutory language by trying to determine the original meaning of the statutory language.
Intentionalist judges read unclear statutory language according to their beliefs regarding legislative purpose.
Ordinarily, cases that reach the Supreme Court of the United States do not involve ambiguous statutory language.
In determining a provision’s purpose, judges look for the problems that Congress enacted the statute to address.
______________ is regarded as a degraded form of textualism.
The interpretive tool of first resort for judges is is often __________________.
____________________ serve as guiding principles for interpreting statutes.
“Rules of thumb for decoding legal language” are known as ______________.
______________ express judicial presumptions in favor of or against a particular outcome.
Courts should presume that Congress does not delegate authority without sufficient guidelines.
Textualists claim to understand legislative supremacy by using the enacted text to understand the statute.
___________________ argued that courts should follow the text of a law rather than attempt to read exceptions into the law in accordance with legislative intent.
____________may give weight to how an agency interprets and applies statutory terms and provisions.