Breaking: Supreme Court Overturns Chevron Doctrine

In the mid- to long-term, this will have a major impact on education regulations

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Breaking news this morning via the New York Times:

The Supreme Court on Friday reduced the authority of executive agencies, sweeping aside a longstanding legal precedent that required courts to defer to the expertise of federal administrators in carrying out laws passed by Congress.

The precedent, Chevron v. Natural Resources Defense Council, is one of the most cited in American law. There have been 70 Supreme Court decisions relying on Chevron, along with 17,000 in the lower courts.

I covered this possibility in a premium post from February, which included this description from Brookings.

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