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Adam White and Jace Lington chat with Law Professor Jed Handelsman Shugerman about lingering issues following the Supreme Court’s decision in the Biden v. Nebraska student loan case. They discuss a recent paper Shugerman presented at a Gray Center research roundtable, “Biden v. Nebraska: The New State Standing and the (Old) Purposive Major Questions Doctrine.”
- Biden v. Nebraska: The New State Standing and the (Old) Purposive Major Questions Doctrine, Jed Handelsman Shugerman
- Major Questions About Presidentialism: Untangling the “Chain of Dependence” Across Administrative Law, Jed Handelsman Shugerman and Jodi L. Short
- Standing Without Injury, Jonathan H. Adler
- An Originalist Defense of the Major Questions Doctrine, Michael D. Ramsey
- The Major Questions Doctrine: Right Diagnosis, Wrong Remedy, Thomas W. Merrill
- The Ghosts of Chevron Present and Future, Gary S. Lawson
- The Major Answers Doctrine, Lisa Heinzerling
- The New Purpose and Intent in Major Questions Cases, Anita S. Krishnakumar
- The Major Questions Doctrine: Unfounded, Unbounded, and Confounded, Ronald M. Levin
- The Minor Questions Doctrine, Aaron L. Nielson
- The Major Questions Doctrine Outside Chevron‘s Domain, Adam R.F. Gustafson
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