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    The Civil Service Act prevents the President or other executive branch officials from removing a "protected" employee unless there is just cause for the removal and the government follows an elaborate set of procedures to establish proper grounds for the removal. Does Morrison v. Olson cast constitutional doubt on this statute?

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    1. Yes, because some of the protected employees carry out purely executive functions.
    2. No, because Morrison does not address the proper procedure for removal, only the grounds for removal.
    3. No, because Congress does not participate in the removal process.
    4. No, because removal of protected employees would not interfere with the ability of the President to perform his (or her) duties.
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