Maintaining the Constitution’s separation of powers

Supreme Court to Hear Gundy v. United States.

Gundy v United States

Separation of Powers

Of course Mr. Gundy has much at stake personally in the outcome of his case.

But so do we all, for the decision in Gundy may have broad implications for the way fundamental separation of powers principles are enforced. This is because Mr. Gundy claims SORNA violates the “nondelegation doctrine” which, at least in theory, prohibits Congress from delegating to any other entity “legislative powers,” all of which the Constitution, by its terms, vests in Congress.

Go to the Washinton Times article here.

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