The John Marshall Law School, Federalist Society, presents a discussion of Gundy v. United States and the Non-Delegation doctrine featuring scholar Todd Gaziano from the Pacific Legal Foundation. Oral arguments before SCOTUS occurred October 2, 2018, and Todd was there. The non-delegation rule prohibits Congress from delegating its lawmaking power to another branch. How broadly can Congress phrase its legislation and how much can it delegate to regulatory agencies?
The John Marshall Law School, Wednesday, October 31, 5:00 – 6:00 p.m. Enter at 304 S. State Street and proceed to Room 532. Food, beverages, socializing at 4:45 p.m. RSVP [email protected] no later than Sunday, October 28. Free to the public!