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ATA v. EPA (D.C. Cir.) (per curiam) Level requisite to protect public health/public welfare Need “intelligible principle” Can’t use CBA (under Clear Air Act) Can cure unconstitutional delegation Whitman v. ATA (Scalia) Agency cannot “cure” unlawful delegation Judicial question only (cf. Chevron ) Stevens isn’t legislative power delegable? D.C. upholds on sub. evidence basis.
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Unformatted text preview: State courts apply non-delegation doctrine Executive and Agencies (Art. III) Myers (CJ Taft) Tenure in Office Act gives Senate a/c on removal Wilson removes postmaster Officers of the U.S. Civil service exception Quasi-Judicial duties Humphries For cause removal Quasi-judicial Ind. Agencies Political balance Weiner (same)...
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