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Supreme Court Ruling Reaffirms Power of Federal Regulators

Filed in Codes and Regulations, Legal by on June 26, 2019 0 Comments
Supreme Court Ruling Reaffirms Power of Federal Regulators

The U.S. Supreme Court today narrowly decided to uphold, with significant limits, a doctrine that has plagued the regulated community for years.

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Supreme Court Hears Oral Arguments on Reducing Power of Federal Regulators

Filed in Codes and Regulations, Legal by on March 28, 2019 0 Comments
Supreme Court Hears Oral Arguments on Reducing Power of Federal Regulators

The Supreme Court earlier this week heard oral arguments in a case that has widespread implications for how courts handle challenges to all agency regulations. NAHB supported the petitioner with an amicus brief.

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NAHB Files Amicus Brief in Supreme Court Case Challenging Power of Federal Regulators

Filed in Legal by on January 31, 2019 2 Comments
NAHB Files Amicus Brief in Supreme Court Case Challenging Power of Federal Regulators

NAHB has weighed in on a Supreme Court case that has widespread implications for how courts handle challenges to all agency regulations. The case, Kisor v. Wilkie, addresses the issue of whether courts should defer to an agency’s interpretation of its own regulations, known also as Auer deference.

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