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    Is the separation of powers clause violated by giving federal agencies legislative, enforcement, and adjudicative powers?

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    Is the separation of powers clause violated by giving federal agencies legislative, enforcement, and adjudicative powers?

    At first blush, it would seem that those agencies that have the authority to create and enforce rules and hold hearings do indeed violate the separation of powers clause. The separation of powers clause refers to divisions among three equal branches of the federal government - the executive, the legislative and the judicial. The separation of powers clause also states that Congress may not impair the ability of state government to function in the federal system and that state government may not limit the exercise of powers granted by states to the ...

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