doughr at udallas.edu
Fri Apr 3 11:09:56 PDT 2009
In a recent article on the constitutionality of the EESA, George Will says that "since the New Deal, few laws have been invalidated on the ground that they improperly delegated legislative powers." My question is not about whether the EESA is unconstitutional, but whether any laws have been struck down as improper delegations since the New Deal. (I remember reading an article that says it hasn't been done since Schechter; I guess Panama Refining counts, too, but was earlier in the year.) Somehow I think I used to know this.
Thanks.Richard J. Dougherty
University of Dallas
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