Tag Archives: nondelegation

Nondelegation after Gundy

by Christopher J. Walker — Saturday, July 20, 2019@chris_j_walker

This Term, in Gundy v. United States, the Supreme Court once again considered whether a statutory grant of authority (here, under the Sex Sex Offender Registration and Notification Act) to a federal agency or executive branch official (here, the Attorney General) violates the nondelegation doctrine. As students of administrative law know, the Court has interpreted […]

The Fed Knows Prices, But the Founders Knew Real Values

by Adam White — Thursday, Apr. 7, 2016

Peter Conti-Brown’s terrific study of the Federal Reserve arrives amid a small boomlet—I won’t say “bubble”—of new books on our central bank: Roger Lowenstein’s America’s Bank: The Epic Struggle to Create the Federal Reserve; former Chairman Bernanke’s memoir, The Courage to Act; similar memoirs by former Chairman Greenspan and former Treasury Secretary Geithner; Philip Wallach’s […]

Reining in Regulation or Delegation?

by Jeff Pojanowski — Friday, Jan. 16, 2015

Greetings from the frozen tundra of Northern Indiana! As a new Congress gets set to work, administrative law aficionados are focusing on the Regulatory Accountability Act (“RAA”), which would substantially amend the Administrative Procedure Act. The bill passed the House with a vote of 250-175 and the President is threatening to veto it on the […]