Pay Attention To These Two Supreme Court Cases

The United States Supreme Court has decided to review two cases that could cut back on some of the federal government’s powers. You are familiar with the Right of Eminent Domain where any local, State or Federal government can decide that they need your property for the ‘common good?’ Yeah, that one. Be sure an keep your eyes on the case called: Knick v. Scott. 

One of my least favorite tricks of Congress is to delegate their lawmaking powers to a Federal agency who can then issue and enforce regulations as they see fit. One prime example of this is the runaway Environmental Protection Agency. The “Nondelegation Doctrine” will be reviewed in the case of Gundy v. United States, a test on the powers of the Attorney General to make and enforce regulations.

As Written and Reported By Ken Klukowski for Breitbart: 

The Supreme Court on Monday granted review in two new cases that raise significant constitutional issues for reining in the scope and powers of the federal government.

With few exceptions, almost all of the Court’s cases are discretionary: the justices can decide whether to take the case. The High Court receives over 7,000 petitions for review each year – called a petition for a writ of certiorari – and grants fewer than 80.

The justices’ decisions on which cases to grant sometimes signal that changes in the law are in the offing. The two cases they took this week will either bring about such change or will reaffirm doctrines that conservatives have long hoped to change.

The Court granted review in Knick v. Scott, which asks the justices to reconsider a precedent that requires property owners whose property has been taken by the government to fully exhaust all avenues available to them through a state government before they can claim a violation of their constitutional rights in the Fifth Amendment’s Takings Clause, a process that can take years…..

THERE IS WAY MORE HERE KEEP READING:

Supreme Court Takes Two Cases that Could Scale Back Federal Power

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