Myers v. United States

Following is the case brief for Myers v. United States, 272 U.S. 52 (1926) Case Summary of Myers v. United States: An 1876 federal law prohibited a first-, second-, or third-class postmaster from being removed from office without approval by the Senate. President Woodrow Wilson removed first-class postmaster Myers without Senate approval. Myers sought backpay, claiming that the President’s action […]

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