January 23, 2024

Episode 140: The Relentless Attack on Government as We Know It

The Supreme Court recently heard oral arguments in Loper Bright Enterprises and Relentless, Inc., two cases that could see the Court overrule the Chevron doctrine, a 40-year-old precedent. Overruling Chevron could empower courts to redesign federal governance as we know it. Elizabeth Binczik speaks with Professor Andrew Mergen about what happened at the oral arguments, about the Chevron doctrine, and the sweeping consequences that could unfold if the Court opts to overrule it.

Host: Elizabeth Binczik, ACS Director of Policy and Program for Economic Justice

Guest: Andrew Mergen, Emmett Visiting Assistant Clinical Professor of Law in Environmental Law, Harvard Law School


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