Watch this video, which deals with the interaction of administrative law with business in the United States. Administrative agencies usually have the authority to create rules that have the force of law. In essence, a legislative body gives an administrative agency a limited amount of that legislature's power to make law. Pay attention to the reasons that this is done, and note the roles that several agencies in the United States government play in regulating businesses and the environment in which they operate.
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