Donald Trump accused the "deep state" of trying to ruin his presidency from Russia collusion to two impeachments, but the 45th president may have gotten the last laugh 18 months after leaving office when a Supreme Court infused with three of his appointees drastically reined in the powers of alphabet-soup federal bureaucracy.
Thursday's ruling in the case of West Virginia v. Environmental Protection Agencysignificantly confined the ability of unelected federal bureaucrats to make law or policy outside of Congress.
In the decision written by Chief Justice John Roberts, the court held 6-3 under the so-called major questions doctrine, judges can strike down federal agency regulations that have substantial economic effects when Congress did not give explicit authority to the agency to make such decisions...
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