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Federal Agency Powered Chipped Away At By Supreme Court

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Federal Agency Powered Chipped Away At By Supreme Court

Federal Agency Powered Chipped Away At By Supreme Court

According to a report by Reuters, on Wednesday, the US Supreme Court constrained the power of federal agencies, scaling back a legal doctrine that calls for judges to give agencies deference to interpret their own rules but declined to eliminate it as four conservative justices wanted.

The court reportedly sided unanimously sided with a Vietnam War veteran who sued the US Department of Veterans Affairs after being denied retroactive disability benefits.

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