“Shifting some power away from the executive branch towards the legislative branch, when the legislature has power to do that, I think that’s reasonable,” said Steven Greene, a political science professor at NC State University. “What I don’t think is reasonable, and it’s a very bad precedent, is to do that right in the context where you’ve lost an election.”
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