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62) What functionally transpires in this new dynamic is a substitution and superseder of authority with unfettered, intimidating, and unilateral "suggestions" by an outsider, taken as "directives" by all the insiders.
dissenting) (stating that the sole motivation for the Governor's superseder in the instant matter was a desire to replace the District Attorney's policy choices with those of his own).