|3. Is This Even Legal? The Constitutionality of the plan is being hotly debated, according to Frank James, writing on the Chicago Trib's blog: Troubling to many critics is the breathtaking extraconstitutionality of the proposal which would give the Treasury secretary unusual powers that couldn't be countermanded by Congress or the courts. That appears on its face to violate the Constitution's assertion of a balance of power.
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