The Supreme Court overrules the Chevron doctrine, curtailing the power of administrative agencies to interpret ambiguous laws.


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BLM, ATF, IRS... This is a big deal.

One thing that was told to me a handful of years ago is that the best thing Trump did for America was judge picks. This has turned out to be true over and over. More power back to the people, away from government.


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The biggest question I have is how this can undo what has already been done.
If a lawsuit can be brought challenging a past decision, then there's a good chance that without Chevron past decisions based solely on administrative rule making could be undone. But that in and of itself is a huge undertaking. Look at how long it took to overturn Chevron!