Supreme Court upholds Obama appointment of Puerto Rico financial oversight board

Supreme Court upholds Obama appointment of Puerto Rico financial oversight board

The Supreme Court ruled unanimously that appointments to Puerto Rico’s financial oversight board were lawful, finding that its members do not require confirmation by the Senate under the constitution. The case was brought by a hedge fund run by the investor Marc Brodsky and a local Puerto Rico labor union. The group argued that that appointments by President Obama were made unconstitutionally.

Chris
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See it's all about how your argue your case... Far more than idea of a stacked court

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