(The Hill) House Republicans will launch a two-pronged attack next week against what they say is a string of decisions from President Obama to ignore the will of Congress and the letter of the law.
Republicans have cited the numerous delays and adjustments to ObamaCare and Obama's 2011 decision to delay deportation proceedings against noncriminal illegal immigrants as prime examples of nonenforcement. In response, GOP leaders will call up two bills to fight back.
One is the ENFORCE Act, H.R. 4138, which would allow the House or Senate to authorize legal action against the administration's willful neglect of the law. These lawsuits would first be heard by a three-judge panel, and any appeals would be directed to the Supreme Court.
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