BREAKING: U.S. Supreme Court to Rule on Four Key Issues in the Coming Week – EVOL

The U.S. Supreme Court is set to issue several major rulings in the upcoming week. These decisions will address key issues, including whether former President Donald Trump has extensive immunity for actions taken during his presidency, obstruction charges stemming from the January 6, 2021, breach of the U.S. Capitol, regulations governing social media, and the authority of federal agencies.

The high court tends to release all of its decisions for a term by the end of June, and only several days remain in the month. The justices have yet to release 14 cases for the term, which started in October 2023.

Federal Agency Power

The Supreme Court will rule on a 40-year doctrine known as the Chevron doctrine. The precedent dictates that courts should defer to executive branch agencies’ expertise when it comes to interpreting laws when Congress’s intent in passing the law is unclear.

Since the establishment of a 1984 doctrine, U.S. courts have granted significant discretion to agencies like the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) in exercising the powers assigned to them by Congress to enforce the law.

Two small fishing companies have challenged that precedent, claiming that paying for a

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