Argument Rule-Making

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The agency can make substantive rules as an act of statutory powers delegated by Congress. These rules could be formal or informal. Formal rules require the agency to conduct interviews, having written record, and a conclusive ruling. Although with an informal ruling, the agency needs to investigate, hold conferences, making compromises before reaching any final decisions.

Therefore, all proposals must be supported by objective analysis, facts, and laws that are binding on the courts with solid evidence. The Administrative agencies' rulemaking discretion need to be in accordance with the enabling ordinances not to risk judicial investigations under 5 U.S.C. § 701(a) (2006) of the APA. The intended statutes need to be published in the Federal Register so the people of interest could examine the
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§§ 551–559 (2006) known as the Notice-and-comment rulemaking method. The DEA is accountable for enforcing the Controlled Substances Act and can initiate proceedings to modify a drug's schedule, to add or erase any drug from a certain schedule. The DEA is responsible for making sure registrants abiding with the security control and storage requirements set forth by the Controlled Substances Act.

Certainly, the specific issues are to make sure that the DEA delegated power is within the scope of the Constitution.The DEA rules, regulations and operations are explicitly in the range of Congress's authority. The DEA regulations provide adequate, intelligible principles and guidelines to the public.The delegation of power from Congress is proper, admissible, and standing on factual. All DEA's rules and regulations' serve the public's interests. The DEA statutes and procedures shall not transgress the Due Process of Law? The DEA regulations and practices must respect the Equal Protection

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