Podcast: 'Chevron' Supreme Court Decision Could Weaken Federal Agencies. Blessing or Curse?

The Supreme Court is poised to decide a case that may seriously restrict the authority of federal regulatory agencies. Some legal observers say the decision could put power-hungry bureaucrats in their place, though others maintain the ruling could force judges and legislators to make scientific determinations they aren't qualified to make. Legal scholar Dr. Barbara Billauer joins us to help make sense of the "Chevron deference."
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Join Cameron English, Dr. Chuck Dinerstein and Dr. Barbara Billauer on Episode 77 of the Science Dispatch podcast as they discuss this landmark court case:

Two cases now before the Supreme Court threaten to narrow or even eviscerate traditional judicial deference to agency expertise. Soon, we may see this deference afforded under the decades-old Chevron doctrine dismantled entirely - even regarding technical or scientific determinations. FDA Commissioner Robert Califf, for one, isn’t pleased.

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