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Includes some basic election results (percent of vote) and basic demographic information for the State or Representative district, as well as number of enrolled in Medicaid/Medicare. Also includes committee assignments for each legislator.
"Executive orders are presidential directives that carry the force of law. The president's power to issue executive orders is essentially a legislative one because the orders may require agencies or individuals to perform acts not necessarily mandated by Congress. Executive orders may be used to enforce the Constitution or treaties with foreign countries, implement legislative statutes, or direct bureaucratic agencies."
[Peters, Gerhard, John T. Woolley and Michael Nelson. "Executive Orders." In The Presidency A to Z, edited by Gerhard Peters, John T. Woolley and Michael Nelson. 5th ed., 223, CQ Press: American Government A to Z Series. Washington, DC: CQ Press, 2013. doi: 10.4135/9781452234311.n104.]
"the 1996 Congressional Review Act ... allows the House and Senate to nullify any recently finalized federal regulation by a simple majority vote in both chambers — so long as the president agrees." [Vox]