The Supreme Court, in Chadha v. Immigration & Naturalization Service, characterized a legislative veto provision before determining its constitutionality. The author examines the test applied by the Court, noting that only two federal courts have confronted this problem. The author concludes that the Court's consideration of the effects of a veto's exercise yields an inaccurate characterization.
Carl P. Izzo Jr.,
Characterization of the Legislative Veto: Courts Should Focus on the Power Itself,
Duq. L. Rev.
Available at: https://dsc.duq.edu/dlr/vol22/iss4/7