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California Sea Urchin Commission v. Combs

Landmark urges the Supreme Court to accept this case on behalf of fishermen in California who are challenging the unbridled power of the administrative state.  In its brief, Landmark argues the Court should use this case to overturn the Chevron doctrine, the judicial principle that courts are obligated to defer to administrative agencies – even in cases where those agencies make new law.  View the brief here.