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    A big blow to the Administrative State - potentially great news

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    A Supreme Court ruling on the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) could reel in government overreach by restoring the constitutional process for creating laws. Agencies will now have a more difficult time when bypassing the legislative process to create regulations. This follows other recent rulings from the Supreme Court that bring back a more traditional interpretation of the constitution.

    This comes alongside several key rulings from the Supreme Court over the past few weeks that significantly impact issues that also include freedom of belief, gun control, abortion, and immigration.

    Meanwhile, President Joe Biden wants to drop the Senate filibuster in order to codify Roe v. Wade into law, but this will depend on whether he can win over several Democrat members of the Senate who have previously been wary of such a move.

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    Re: A big blow to the Administrative State - potentially great news

    AmJur2d calls ADMINISTRATIVE LAW the 4th branch of government that incorporated the other three branches. This is known as VIOLATION OF THE SEPARATION OF POWERS.

    Bills of ATTAINDER are prohibited by constitution. Look up BILL OF ATTAINDER in AmJur2d and it tells you bills of attainder are prohibited because they violate separation of powers.

    Combine these concepts and you have

    ADMINISTRATIVE LAW IS A BILL OF ATTAINDER

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    Re: A big blow to the Administrative State - potentially great news

    Quote Originally Posted by ziero0 View Post
    AmJur2d calls ADMINISTRATIVE LAW the 4th branch of government that incorporated the other three branches. This is known as VIOLATION OF THE SEPARATION OF POWERS.

    Bills of ATTAINDER are prohibited by constitution. Look up BILL OF ATTAINDER in AmJur2d and it tells you bills of attainder are prohibited because they violate separation of powers.

    Combine these concepts and you have

    ADMINISTRATIVE LAW IS A BILL OF ATTAINDER
    Nevada Senator Patrick McCarran proudly proclaimed to his fellow Senators at the passage of the Administrative Procedures Act of 1946 "We have created a fourth branch of government!"
    The only thing declared necessary in the Constitution & Bill of Rights is the #2A Militia of the several States.
    “A well regulated militia being necessary to the security of a freeState”
    https://ConstitutionalMilitia.org


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    Re: A big blow to the Administrative State - potentially great news

    The way I understand this new SCOTUS ruling, the federal administrative agencies, long list including FBI and CDC, can no longer circumvent the legislative, law making process, and just enforce the rules that they make themselves. The state legislatures will take over a lot of the administrative code regulations.

    This is a very big change in the whole form of our government and the "representative democracy" aspect of it.

    It will be fantastic if the CDC does not get to enforce its "guidelines for the pandemic" and "covid" and masks and vaccine requirements. The federal CDC has no business dictating (now) unconstitutional regulations that never were made by the federal or state legislatures.

    There are many retail stores and factories and other kinds of businesses, especially in liberal blue areas, that are killing their businesses and killing jobs / employment by over-enforcing masks and testing and vaccines and boosters.

    I hope this plays out to our economy's advantage.

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    Re: A big blow to the Administrative State - potentially great news

    Quote Originally Posted by Dachsie View Post
    The way I understand this new SCOTUS ruling, the federal administrative agencies, long list including FBI and CDC, can no longer circumvent the legislative, law making process, and just enforce the rules that they make themselves. The state legislatures will take over a lot of the administrative code regulations.

    This is a very big change in the whole form of our government and the "representative democracy" aspect of it.

    It will be fantastic if the CDC does not get to enforce its "guidelines for the pandemic" and "covid" and masks and vaccine requirements. The federal CDC has no business dictating (now) unconstitutional regulations that never were made by the federal or state legislatures.

    There are many retail stores and factories and other kinds of businesses, especially in liberal blue areas, that are killing their businesses and killing jobs / employment by over-enforcing masks and testing and vaccines and boosters.

    I hope this plays out to our economy's advantage.
    Is the CDC even an institution of the federal government, or is it an NGO? Like the FDA it is completely compromised.

    A reading of the Constitution does not reveal any bureau, agency or executive department except the Department of the Treasury.

    I have a copy if the Senate proceedings re the Administrative Procedures Act of 1946 from the Congressional Record. During the discussions at one point one of the Senators commented that they didn't try to get this legislation passed in the previous Congress because they knew Roosevelt would veto it. However President Truman did sign it as well as much more legislation reorganizing the federal government some of which converted the Article III District Courts of the United States to Admiralty United States District Courts.
    The only thing declared necessary in the Constitution & Bill of Rights is the #2A Militia of the several States.
    “A well regulated militia being necessary to the security of a freeState”
    https://ConstitutionalMilitia.org


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