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Does constitution say a court can halt activities associated with National Emergency?

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02/16/2019 12:15 PM
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Does constitution say a court can halt activities associated with National Emergency?
Nope, so they can’t halt anything. They can’t even slow it down. Only congress has that power and the Liberals don’t have the votes to stop it.

Only the Supreme Court could as equal branch even impact the execution of a National Emergency.

Like it or not, it’s the law that only congress can impact.

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NEA Section 201 authorizes the president to declare a national emergency. The proclamation of a national emergency must be immediately transmitted to Congress and published in the Federal Register.1,2 Under NEA Section 301, statutory emergency authorities enabled by the national emergency declaration cannot be exercised until the president specifies the provisions of law under which the president or other officials will act. Such specification may be made either in the declaration or in subsequent Executive Orders published in the Federal Register and transmitted to Congress.

A national emergency can be terminated if the president issues a proclamation or if Congress enacts a joint resolution terminating the emergency. A national emergency will terminate automatically upon the anniversary of the proclamation unless the president renews the proclamation by transmitting notice to Congress within a 90-day period prior to the anniversary date and publishing it in the Federal Register.
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