Attorneys warn appointee delays will hamper state 'deconstruction'

June 30, 2017
Attorneys with the firm Crowell & Moring are warning that President Donald Trump's delays in nominating appointees for top slots at EPA and other agencies will hamper the administration's push to “deconstruct” the administrative state, cautioning that the “administrative state will not deconstruct itself.” In a June 29 blog post , the attorneys -- David Ervin, Thomas Lorenzen and Elizabeth Dawson -- say that as of June 28 all of the sub-cabinet positions remain vacant at EPA and the Departments...

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