The Supreme Court May Begin to Tame the Administrative State
The Wall Street Journal cited Vice President for Policy and Senior Fellow Wayne Crews on the Supreme Court’s decision to review deference to the administrative state.
In addition, Chevron helped enable a vast expansion of administrative rule making. Since 1993, the agencies of the administrative state have issued more than 100,000 rules, and never fewer than 3,000 in a year, according to Wayne Crews of the Competitive Enterprise Institute. This avalanche of rules and regulations is beyond the ability of the president or Congress to control. It is also a challenge to the rule of law.