June 30, 2024

Experts: SCOTUS reversal of 'Chevron deference' restored 'democratic rulemaking'

Recently, the Supreme Court of the United States threw out what was long referred to as “Chevron deference” after decades of its existence.

Now, experts are claiming that this decision actually will “restore democratic rulemaking” according to a recent article published by Just the News.

Published author and energy analyst David Blackmon delivered his opinion on the topic.

“It's going to be much, much harder for federal agencies to invoke major, incredibly complex regulations that are clearly outside the original intent and scope of the governing statute,” Blackmon said.

Blackmon was not alone in his opinion about the Chevron doctrine's demise.

Host of BASEDPolitics, Hannah Cox, also delivered a recent statement on the Supreme Court’s decision.

‘Americans are no longer living in a representative government for a number of reasons, but predominantly because your elected lawmakers are not the ones really making most of the rules that govern your lives,” Cox said.

Cox also opined that the Chevron doctrine was originally created by judges who considered themselves activists.

The Supreme Court’s decision will now hold accountable those attempting to interpret the law as they see fit, not according to legislative language.

Many say the decision to get rid of the Chevron doctrine once and for all was “long overdue.”

Senior litigation counsel for the NCLA, John Vecchione, is one of those people.

“This ruling is long overdue. To allow agencies to pick the pocket of the regulated without congressional authorization is against all the principles of representative government and our constitutional structure,” Vecchione said.

When it comes to the Chevron deference coming to an end, it seems that significant numbers of conservative commentators have a similar opinion on the matter!

Do you agree with the opinion of the experts?

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