Well, well. It appears the most notorious President in US history didn’t pay enough attention while he was pursuing his alleged Constitutional scholastic skills.
Soon Congress will review his latest attempted breach of Congress and bring the will of the voters back into the equation, a process that’s not likely to result in his favor:
Congress can hold votes on President Obama’s controversial welfare policy, government investigators said Tuesday.
The GAO explained in a legal memo that health officials must submit the policy to Congress because, as a federal rule, it falls under the Congressional Review Act (CRA).
“The CRA is intended to keep Congress informed of the rulemaking activities of federal agencies and provides that before a rule can take effect,” the GAO said in a statement.