Friday, May 26, 2023

Bureaucratic Work Arounds

Because it is guidance and intended to clarify exisitng regulations, it is not subject to notice and comment requirements of the Administrative Procedures Act. This is a workaround for Agencies that want to extend their power and authority without the interference of Congress. I thought this had been addressed in Sackett v. EPA and West Virginia v. EPA. If Congress didn't specifically give you the power in the written law, you don't have it. Do the courts have to specifically address every damn agency individually?
FDA Bans Farmers from Caring for Their Own Animals Without Costly Vet Approval

A Win for the Good Guys

In Sackett v. EPA, the Supreme Court Cuts Back Federal Regulatory Authority Over Wetlands

Friday, May 19, 2023

Just Saying...

Wednesday, May 17, 2023

Thursday, May 11, 2023

Inch by Inch...

...back up the slippery slope.
US Prohibition Against 18-to-20-Year-Olds Buying Handguns Tossed
Of course now as always the question is whether the Circuit Courts we see things tghe same way as Judge Robert E. Payne.