The Ins and Outs of Executive Branch Federalism

One of the hottest topics in state capitals from coast to coast is the subject of federalism; ranging from fears about debilitating cutbacks from already-committed federal dollars to questions about how to respond to a broad use of federal branch executive authority. Charged with advancing the role of the states in America’s federal system, the CSG Federalism Task Force is pleased to present a three-part Civics Education Series. This, the first of three eCademy events on federalism's impact across the branches, examines the current relationship between the executive branch and state governments with a view toward providing a fuller understanding of the duties, powers and limitations inherent in our federal system.

 

The Ins and Outs of Executive Branch Federalism
Presented as Part of CSG's FREE Civics Education eCademy Series
Tuesday, May 19, 2 p.m. EDT

 

 

Download the slides in PDF.

 

Moderator:

Carl W. Stenberg
James E. Holshouser Jr. distinguished professor of public information and government 
University of North Carolina--Chapel Hill

 

Presenters:

Ed DeSeve
Special adviser to the president of the United States
Senior adviser, Brookings Institution

Raymond Scheppach
Senior lecturer in public policy, University of Virginia
Former executive director, National Governors Association

Ingrid Schroeder
Director of fiscal federalism initiatives
The 
Pew Charitable Trusts

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