After Chadha, the constitutional status of unexercised legislative veto provisions, such as the one in the Reorganization Act of 1977, is uncertain. Part I of this Note examines this uncertainty and concludes that unexercised veto provisions should be held unconstitutional. Part II then examines three possibile methods of limiting the Chadha decision to avoid invalidating the EEOC's authority to enforce the Equal Pay Act and the ADEA.
The Status of Statutes Containing Legislative Veto Provisions After Chadha—Does the EEOC Have the Authority to Enforce the Equal Pay Act and the Age Discrimination in Employment Act?,
59 Wash. L. Rev.
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