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The Supreme Court Should Stop Bureaucracies from Creating Laws

“For the last few decades, the Supreme Court has allowed Congress to delegate unchecked power to unelected agency officials, who are mainly part of the executive branch,” Jared Roberts writes at The Federalist.

But Roberts writes that the Supreme Court has some opportunities to restore lawmaking power to its rightful place—the elected Congress.

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