Todd F. Gaziano

Chief of Legal Policy and Strategic Research and Director, Center for the Separation of Powers, Pacific Legal Foundation

Todd Gaziano is Pacific Legal Foundation’s Chief of Legal Policy and Strategic Research. His legal career includes positions in all three branches of the federal government, a commissioner on the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, and as a think tank scholar.  Todd was subcommittee chief counsel for the Regulatory Reform Subcommittee that Federalist Society founder David McIntosh chaired in the mid-1990s.  In that role, he served as the principal drafter of the Congressional Review Act text and its joint legislative history for both chambers of Congress.  He has continued to research, testify about, and litigate CRA issues, especially in the last four years.


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