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Sample: Episode 7
You may have heard of executive orders… but how about executive memoranda? Today, we talk about the different tools of executive action that the President uses to direct his administration, and enforce public policy. Are they laws? Can they be revoked by Congress? How are they vetted? Karen Hult, Chair of the Department of Political Scientist at Virginia Tech, fills us in. Submit your questions: firstname.lastname@example.org www.civics101podcast.org or call the Civics 101 hotline 202-798-6865