The Interior Department is ignoring the rules on ‘acting’ officials

From: Washington Post

“The July 8 editorial on the extreme number of vacancies in positions that require Senate confirmation, “Mr. Trump’s ‘acting’ government,” was a welcome indication of how badly he is flouting norms that have served our nation. The Constitution requires the president to obtain confirmation for leaders of the major government bureaus. Unconfirmed “acting” officials at least have received a temporary appointment, which can last for 210 days under the Federal Vacancies Reform Act.”

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