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Do The Supreme Court's Actions Constitute An Attack On Democracy?
Loper Bright Enterprises v Raimando (Part 2)
Today On Legalese we have the second video in my series about the Supreme Court's upcoming case that will reconsider chevron deference. Do their actions constitute some kind of usurpation of power and are they an attack on democracy itself? We discuss this while debunking an article from Vox that claims both of those things are correct. We also look at the real history of administrative law in regards to Chevron Deference
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Tags: Law, Constitution, Politics, legal theory, Moral Philosophy, Current Events, Supreme Court, Administrative Law, Chevron Deference, Vox, Ian Millhiser, Loper Bright Enterprises v Raimando