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Over the years, the Executive Office of the President has become a powerful instrument in the drafting and promotion of presidential legislation. The authority of the Office of Management and Budget, one organization within EOP, goes far beyond the budget. No proposal from the executive branch goes to Congress without OMB's approval. And no act of Congress goes to the president until OMB reviews it and recommends whether it should be signed or vetoed. OMB even has the final say on the content of the many blank forms used by federal agencies.  more...


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