(Worthy News) – The GOP-led House passed the Separation of Powers Restoration Act on Thursday by a vote of 220-211.
“H.R. 288 would authorize federal courts that review agency actions to decide all relevant questions of law, including the interpretation of constitutional and statutory provisions and rules, without deferring to previous legal determinations by the agency,” according to an analysis from the Congressional Budget Office.
The CBO analysis states that under the bill, “federal courts could overturn some agency decisions that they would have upheld under current law” and some of those “decisions could affect federal spending by overturning regulations that affect direct spending, revenues, and spending subject to appropriation.” [ Source: Just the News (Read More…) ]
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