As SCOTUS Weighs Chevron, Supporters Doubt Future Congressional Role

January 31, 2024
Supporters of the Chevron doctrine, which grants EPA and other agencies deference to reasonably interpret ambiguous statutory language, say they doubt Congress’ ability to enact laws to address fast-changing science and other knowledge should the Supreme Court overturn the doctrine in a pair of pending cases. During a Jan. 29 Environmental Law Institute (ELI) webinar on the potential impact of the Supreme Court’s review of Loper Bright Enterprises, et al. v. Raimondo and Relentless, Inc. v. Department of...

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