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Constitutional – Separation of Powers – Legislative & Executive Branches – Appointment Power – Administrative Commissions (access required)

State ex rel. McCrory v. Berger (Lawyers Weekly No. 010-006-16, 50 pp.) (Mark Martin, C.J.) (Paul Newby, J., concurring in part & dissenting in part) Appealed from Wake County Superior Court) N.C. S. Ct. Holding: The separation of powers clause of the North Carolina Constitution is violated by legislation that authorizes the General Assembly to appoint ...

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