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Law’s Erik M. Jensen writes about limits to a president’s power to enact changes to taxes

Erik M. Jensen, the Coleman P. Burke Professor of Law, wrote an opinion article about how many have come to believe the president has the power to change the Internal Revenue Code.

His article, titled “News flash! The president can’t change the Internal Revenue Code alone,” was published in The Plain Dealer.

He explained how the president cannot act alone in order to achieve major changes, but rather, Congress must be part of the process.

Read his full article online.