The court rejected the “non-delegation doctrine” legal theory that some believe prohibits Congress from delegating legislative power to other branches without providing appropriate guidance. Due to the makeup of the court at the time the case was heard, other cases involving non-delegation may have a different outcome as the court’s leaning has changed.
Estimated reading time: 0 minutes, 23 seconds
SCOTUS Sex Offender Registry Case Hints Future of Non-delegation Doctrine
The Supreme Court upheld the scope of the national sex offender registration law crafted in 2006. So reports CNN.
Latest from Progressive Law Practice
- Woman Charged for Playing Topless Frisbee Gets $50k Settlement
- UNT Attorney Steps Down After Using 'N-word' During Panel Discussion
- Orangutan Who Was Ruled a 'Non-human Person' Retires to Florida
- U.S. Women's Soccer Scores Goal in Gender Discrimination Lawsuit
- Trump to Pay $2M in Settlement for Misusing Charity Funds