What’s worse than one lawyer? Four.
On this week’s EcoNews, the gang’s nerdy lawyers — Tom, Matt and Scott — are joined by CalPoly Humboldt’s own professor of environmental law, Jennifer Marlow, to talk about the recent oral argument in West Virginia v. Environmental Protection Agency.
Is the court going to jettison Chevron deference in favor of its newly constructed “major questions doctrine” or will we see a return to Lochner-era non-delegation doctrine? Learn what that all means and why it should terrify you on this week’s episode!
- “In climate-change case, justices grapple with EPA’s role, congressional intent, and their own jurisdiction,” SCOTUSBlog, Feb. 28, 2022.
- ”The Supreme Court appears eager to gut the EPA, but can’t figure out how to do it,” Vox, Feb. 28, 2022.