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  1. For those (like me) who don't know - Chevron Deference One of the most important principles in administrative law, The “Chevron Deference” is a term coined after a landmark case, Chevron U.S.A., Inc. v. Natural Resources Defense Council, Inc., 468 U.S. 837 (1984), referring to the doctrine of judicial deference given to administrative actions. In Chevron, the Supreme Court set forth a legal test as to when the court should defer to the agency’s answer or interpretation, holding that such judicial deference is appropriate where the agency’s answer was not unreasonable, so long as the Congress had not spoken directly to the precise issue at question. The scope of the Chevron deference doctrine is that when a legislative delegation to an administrative agency on a particular issue or question is not explicit but rather implicit, a court may not substitute its own interpretation of the statute for a reasonable interpretation made by the administrative agency. https://www.law.cornell.edu/wex/chevron_deference
  2. Even when he is "smiling", Irvin's face looks like he just sucked on a sour lemon the way it is all scrunched up. It doesn't look like a "trustworthy" face.
  3. Not text messages but fliers in the mail, sometimes 2-3 a week.
  4. Vito - we can hope. The problem may be one of who is actually a Republican and not a RINO. And then there is the question of whether or not there will be any "finagling" with the counts.
  5. Euler - that being said, are 18-20 y.o. able to take the CC classes and CC or are they prohibited from that because of their age? What if they are either an "emancipated minor" or already married, having done so shortly after H.S. graduation?
  6. That is probably because they forget (likely by choice) that our political system is NOT a "democracy". Ours is a "representative republic".
  7. This is the first time since before the lunacy that I didn't go. Between taking care of a 93 y.o. and mobility problems of my own, it was too much of a logistical nightmare for me to go. If I had been given a little earlier notice, I might have been able to arrange it. 😞
  8. That is if we were even allowed to HAVE squirt guns ! Of course, those toy companies that make things like "Super Soaker" might have something to say about those types of restrictions.
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