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Chevron Deference_final_v2
Concepts

Chevron Deference: A Judicial Doctrine to Give Respect to Agency Authority

Explaining Chevron Deference and related doctrines of agency deference.

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USFWS v Sierra Club_final_300ppi
Case Explainer

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service v. Sierra Club

The federal agencies do not need to produce their draft biological opinions to the environmental organization.

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Case Explainer

DHS v. Regents of the University of California (Decision June 18, 2020)

Can a court question DHS’s termination of the DACA program?

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Case Explainer

Atlantic Coast Pipeline v. Cowpasture River Preservation Association (Decision June 15, 2020)

Can the Appalachian Trail block the Atlantic Coast Pipeline project?

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NYvDeptCommercePt3_final_72ppi
Case Explainer

U.S. Department of Commerce v. New York (Decision June 27, 2019)

Did the federal government violate law when it added a citizenship question to the Census?

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KisorvWilkie_final_72ppi-scaled
Case Explainer

Kisor v. Wilkie (Decision June 26, 2019)

Should the Supreme Court overrule longstanding precedent on agency deference?

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WeyerhaeuservUSFWS-Decision
Case Explainer

Weyerhaeuser Company v. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

The Supreme Court sends the environmental case back to the lower courts to review the agency’s “Critical Habitat” designation.

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MassachusettsvEPA
Case Explainer

How Kavanaugh could change the Supreme Court’s positions on climate change regulation

Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh has expressed views in line with Scalia’s on the EPA’s ability to regulate on climate change. With Kennedy out, see how the Court’s positions could change.

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AgencyAction
Concepts

Agency Authority: Conservative vs. Liberal Views on Regulation

Learn about administrative agency power and how conservative and liberal viewpoints on regulation relate to it.

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LuciavSECDecision
Case Explainer

Lucia v. Securities and Exchange Commission (Decided June 21, 2018)

SEC judges must be formally appointed because they have significant authority.

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