Supreme Court hears challenge to EPA authority -Shipan's Congressional delegation analysis

October 30, 2021 Washington Post

Charles Shipan and co-author Pamela Clouser McCann write in an Washington Post Monkey Cage analysis that the Supreme Court's decision to hear a case challenging EPA authority "could undermine Congress’s constitutional authority to delegate power to federal agencies."

"Our research finds that if the Supreme Court were to invalidate either the EPA’s authority or the vaccine mandate under this doctrine, it might unravel nearly every major law Congress has passed since World War II. Nearly every one of these laws involves delegating authority to U.S. agencies."

Read the entire analysis.