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Ad Fontes: SCOTUS’s Week in Review

A quick take on the Supreme Court’s opinions released on June 19, 2017.

END THE FAILED AUER EXPERIMENT NOW*: THE FLAWS OF DEFERRING TO AGENCY INTERPRETATIONS OF THEIR OWN AMBIGUOUS REGULATIONS**

  Introduction Imagine a hapless individual, forced to participate against her will in a game over which participants must wager significant sums of money. The rules of the game are complex and arcane, and this individual is unfamiliar with them. Her competitor, however, is savvy and experienced, having played this game many times in the […]