Reining in the administrative state | IN 60 SECONDS

The administrative agencies of the United States executive branch are gradually taking over the legislative role of Congress, adding thousands of laws each year outside the purview of Congress. AEI’s Peter Wallison argues that Americans can reign in this legislative overreach by selecting the right judges at all levels of government.

FULL REPORT – Judicial Fortitude: The Last Chance to Rein In the Administrative State

ARTICLE – A rogue Treasury department turns toward the 1930s

ARTICLE – Judges can check the administrative state

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