did president lyndon johnson sign an executive order permitting the supreme court to pass legislation?

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  • JerH1
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    1 decade ago
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    No. Even if he had it would have been invalid, since the President himself does not have that power. Such a drastic change in the distribution of federal powers would require a Constitutional amendment, not a mere executive order.

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