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Topic - Noel Canning
It's been a bad week for President Obama. Twice, he's been caught red-handed, violating the Constitution's separation of powers.
For the Supreme Court, whether President Obama's recess appointments were legal could well rest on whether the justices side with Presidents Washington, Jefferson and Madison, or whether they stick with the 40 men who followed the founders.