Tag: Chevron

  • SCOTUS to hear case challenging Chevron deference

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    The U.S. Supreme Court on May 1, 2023, agreed to hear Loper Bright Enterprises v. Raimondo—a case that could curb or clarify future applications of Chevron deference by the federal courts. Chevron deference is an administrative law principle that compels federal courts to defer to a federal agency’s reasonable interpretation of an ambiguous or unclear…

  • Checks and Balances: Chevron deference at stake

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    The Checks and Balances Letter delivers news and information from Ballotpedia’s Administrative State Project, including pivotal actions at the federal and state levels related to the separation of powers, due process and the rule of law. This edition:  In this month’s edition of Checks and Balances, we review administrative pushback against vaccine mandates; developments in…

  • U.S. Supreme Court declines to hear case challenging Chevron deference

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    On October 5, the U.S. Supreme Court rejected a challenge against Chevron deference brought by the Children’s Hospital Association of Texas. The association had asked whether courts should give Chevron deference to agency legal interpretations that are different from previous agency interpretations. Chevron deference is an approach to judicial review that compels federal courts to yield to a federal agency’s…