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You Ask, Ballotpedia Answers: Judicial Deference. July 26th at 5 PM Eastern Time
You Ask, Ballotpedia Answers: Judicial Deference
Are you looking to learn more about the Administrative State?

Join Ballotpedia's Administrative State Team for a Question and Answer session about the second pillar of the administrative state: Judicial deference.

Judicial deference is a principle of judicial review in which a federal court yields to an agency's interpretation of a statute or regulation. The U.S. Supreme Court has developed several forms of deference in reviewing federal agency actions, including Chevron deference, Skidmore deference, and Auer deference.

Join us on July 26th to learn more about judicial deference and why it matters to the administrative state!

Jul 26, 2021 05:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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