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Supreme Court Looks Set to End 40-Year ‘Constitutional Revolution,’ Reform Governing

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The U.S. Supreme Court is set to hear cases that could significantly impact the power of the Executive Branch, potentially changing how federal agencies interpret laws passed by Congress.

This could mark the end of a four-decade “constitutional revolution” that began during Reagan’s administration.

The cases involve federal agencies’ ability to issue rules with the force of legislation, and the Supreme Court’s decision could lead to a shift in the balance of power between the branches of government.

The cases involve fishing companies subject to the Magnuson-Stevens Act, and the justices are posed with the question of whether to overrule or clarify the Chevron deference.

Some justices have expressed skepticism about granting federal agencies too much leeway in interpreting laws, indicating a potential shift in the Court’s approach.

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