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NCLA Discusses Constitutional Government in a Possible Post-Chevron World

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When a federal judge accedes to an agency's interpretation of the law, it essentially deprives the non-governmental party involved in the litigation of due process. Moreover, such deference undermines the judge's Article III mandate to uphold judicial independence. The notion of Chevron deference becomes particularly untenable when considering these significant drawbacks. NCLA is actively challenging Chevron in the case of Relentless v. DOC, staunchly advocating for judicial independence.

In this episode, Vec, Mark, and Jenin delve into a recent Law and Liberty article titled "Constitutional Government After Chevron?" which examines how the cessation of Chevron deference might impact our constitutional institutions holistically.

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