We’ve seen a number of states considering bills to create a process to review presidential executive orders and end enforcement or implementation of those found to be unconstitutional.

On the one hand, it’s exciting to see states pushing back against all of the unconstitutional actions coming out of Washington D.C. But on the other hand, it’s a little frustrating because these long, unwieldy review processes aren’t necessary.

For Further Reading

To the Governor: Arkansas Passes Bill to Create Process to Review and Reject Presidential Executive Orders

To the Governor: Montana Passes Bill to Create Process to Review and Reject Presidential Executive Orders

What’s the Deal With Executive Orders?

Dear Republicans, Stop Begging!

Mike Maharrey

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