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The justices just shackled Biden and every future president — and created new messes for Congress to solve


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Supreme Court’s decision to end Chevron deference, a doctrine allowing agencies to interpret ambiguous statutes, could impact various sectors. It could hinder presidents’ aggressive policies, increase judicial scrutiny on regulations, and require Congress to address complex issues. The decision could affect Biden’s student debt relief efforts, AI regulation, carbon emission control, healthcare system operation, transgender student protections, pregnant worker support, net neutrality, and food company regulation. The ruling allows judges to question agency decisions without Chevron protection, potentially leading to legal challenges.

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