The Supreme Court Needs To Stop Unelected Bureaucrats From Making Up Laws

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from The Federalist,

The Supreme Court has allowed Congress to delegate unchecked power to unelected agency officials, but that may change soon.

Moving forward, it seems that Justices Gorsuch, Clarence Thomas, John Roberts, and Samuel Alito will all be on board with checking agencies’ power. This means one more vote is required. Barrett is an originalist and a former Federalist Society member who could fall in line with the current trend of the group. Kavanaugh questioned the constitutionality of broad delegation in past writings and indicated that it was time to review this longstanding doctrine.

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