Eleventh Hour: The Politics of Policy Initiatives in Presidential Transitions

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Index
abortion counseling rule, 178n16
Abraham, Spencer, 136
accountability implications, interregnum rulemaking, 162–67
accountability language, in Clinton’s regulatory review process, 109
Accountable Pipeline Safety and Partnership Act, 126–27, 191n75
Addington, David, 136
administrative presidency, overview: augmentation factors, 9–12, 167– 68; growth pattern, 8–9, 168; incentives for, 7; policy tools, 25–28; risks/limitations, 12, 14–15, 29–30. See also interregnum rulemaking, overview; specific presidents
Administrative Procedure Act, 2–3, 20, 31, 167
AEI, 7
AFL-CIO v. American Petroleum Institute, 179n41
agency burrowing, 8, 176n7
agenda crowding problem, 12
Agriculture, Department of: meat safety, 21, 84–85, 112, 186n62, 189n24; Pork Information Program, 133. See also roadless areas policy
air bag requirements, 64
air quality regulation: during G. H. W. Bush administration, 29, 87–88, 89, 90–91, 96–100, 122–23, 187n20, 188n48; during G. W. Bush administration, 122, 145–47; during Carter administration, 53; during Clinton administration, 98–99, 122; during Reagan administration, 96
Alaska, 47–48, 75, 95, 110, 118
Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act, 47–48
ambiguous language, regulatory policymaking: fishing activity, 141; hazardous waste management, 51–52; intentional nature, 31; mining activity, 8, 50, 77, 144; workplace safety, 44–45
American Heart Association, 99–100
American Land Rights Association, 175n4
American Petroleum Institute, 126, 127, 145
American Petroleum Institute, AFL-CIO v., 179n41
American Trucking Association, 103
American Water Works Association, 124
American Water Works Research Foundation, 124
Anderson, Martin, 73
Andrus, Cecil, 48, 50, 71
ANPRMs, occupational health rules, 149, 151
Antiquities Act, 48, 110
Appalachian Regional Commission, 43
Appeals Court, US, 91
appliance efficiency standards, 54–55, 113, 182n53
appointments strategy: G. H. W. Bush administration, 178n9; G. W.

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