This week your hosts discuss newly granted cases including one challenging a decision by the Ninth Circuit holding that camping regulations are “cruel and unusual punishment” when applied against the homeless. They also discuss the oral arguments in the Relentless and Loper Bright cases, which challenge Chevron Deference. After that, Zack interviews Judge John W. Holcomb. And finally, GianCarlo quizzes Zack with some challenging property-rights trivia.


Here is Jack’s article about the oral arguments in Relentless and Loper Bright.


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