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Unaccountable Agencies Getting More Power, Justice Alito Says

“Every year, administrative agencies acting under broad delegations of authority churn out huge volumes of regulations that dwarf the statutes enacted by the people’s elected representatives. And what have we seen in the pandemic? Sweeping restrictions imposed, for the most part, under statutes that confer enormous executive discretion.”

—Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito, The Federalist Society, on November 12, 2020

 

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