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Posted on 6/11/2017, 11:38:18 AM by MtnClimber
Administrative law is the collection of rules governing the welter of government agencies — ranging from the Environmental Protection Agency and Food and Drug Administration to the Securities and Exchange Commission — that are neither legislatures nor courts but which make binding law. It appears to be a dull and arcane topic, remote from the great issues of the day and reserved for judges, lawyers, and the most dedicated students of constitutional law and public policy. But administrative law may prove to be the battleground on which the decisive struggles for constitutional freedoms will be fought.
This is not how most Americans conceive of the contemporary threats to freedom. The conventional views are encapsulated in the controversy over President Trump’s executive order temporarily banning entry into the…
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