Supreme Court Curtails EPA’s Creative Assertions of Power

A Supreme Court majority found in West Virginia v. EPA that the federal agency lacked authority to make bold assertions of authority based on old vague statutes in areas where Congress clearly chose not to act. Will Yeatman authored Cato's brief in the case. He explains the case's importance to administrative law going forward.


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