In the Census Case, Roberts Got Liberals to Help Undercut the Bureaucracy
The Supreme Court rejected Trump’s citizenship question, but the ruling serves a conservative counterrevolution against the administrative state.
John Yoo and James Phillips: "We may soon have a world where Congress can no longer outsource lawmaking to agencies, courts will no longer defer to agencies’ interpretations of ... statutes, and courts will closely scrutinize when agencies do act."
🎃epopppp but spooky🎃
How...would that even work?
Yoo and Phillips: "Put ... together the census case, Gundy, and Kisor—and we may soon have a world where Congress can no longer outsource lawmaking to agencies... and courts will closely scrutinize when agencies do act."