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High court’s usual dividing lines cross in three decisions

WASHINGTON - The Supreme Court on Wednesday weakened but upheld a long-standing precedent that says judges should generally defer to a federal agency’s expertise when ambiguous regulations are challenged. The court’s most conservative members, who have said the deference gives too much power to unelected bureaucrats in the “administrative state,” were not satisfied. “Today’s decision is more ...

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