— The Nation’s justice correspondent, Elie Mystal, reflecting on today’s oral argument in Loper Bright Enterprises v. Raimondo. The Court is considering the Chevron doctrine, which has formed the backbone of administrative law for the last 40 years. Based on the vibes at the argument, the right-wing majority of SCOTUS seems ready to overturn the doctrine, which would pretty much throw every administrative agency into disarray. As Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson noted in the argument, it’d be “impractical and chaotic” to overturn Chevron deference, and yet, here we are.
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Supreme Court Oral Arguments Don’t Look Great For The Future Of The Administrative State
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