Originalist arguments for rewriting administrative law are weaker than they seem.
Although much more work remains, the current Administration has made historic progress in advancing equity.
Scholars argue that rollback tools mean Presidents must act fast to implement lasting policy.
The filibuster has caused Congress to give up its constitutional power to oversee the administrative state.
Scholars discuss some of the Court’s most significant regulatory decisions.
The Supreme Court relied on misleading arguments and revisionist history to strike down the CFPB’s structure.
Requiring government institutions to engage in reasoned decision-making mitigates actions made in bad faith.
The Supreme Court has destabilized principles on federal agencies’ structures and for-cause removal.
Scholars and practitioners highlight the Court’s most significant regulatory and administrative law decisions.
Executive and legislative branches of Spain’s government wield debatable legal authority in times of crisis.
The Constitution requires the Supreme Court to ensure that the President does not abuse emergency powers.
Scholars contend that the President may revoke monument designations made during previous administrations.