In this episode of the Intersection podcast series, listen as James Ni, Priyesh Shah, and Nevi Shah talk about what diversity means to them and the importance it plays in creating healthy organizations and relationships in the workplace and at Scheller.
Heartland Institute Center for Constitutional Reform Policy Advisor Dr. William J. Murphy discusses the proposal his organization, Good Government Now, has developed to strengthen congressional subpoena enforcement capacity. The proposal would establish an inherent contempt enforcement process whereby Congress could conduct trials of, convict, and directly sanction executive branch officials who defy congressional subpoenas with heavy personal fines ranging from $25,000 to $250,000. It also features a provision authorizing Congress to appoint private attorneys to prosecute persistently recalcitrant executive branch witnesses for criminal contempt in the event the inherent contempt fines are insufficient to motivate their compliance with a subpoena, an unfortunate necessity given the refusal of DOJ to undertake such prosecutions since 2006. More information about these proposals is available on our website at: Inherent Contempt Enforcement Rule or https://goodgovernmentnow.org/modified-inherent-contempt-enforcement-rule/. For the full podcast and more episodes, visit The Federalist Society here: https://fedsoc.org/commentary/podcasts https://fedsoc.org/commentary/podcasts/necessary-proper-episode-52-can-congress-enforce-their-subpoenas
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