Hunt & Associates P.C.

Jun 13, 2016

When the Government’s Production of “Laws” Exceeds Its Ability to Digest Know What It Has Produced

Congress often delegates its legislative authority to administrative agencies which exercise that authority to revise, interpret and define legislation.  The increasing volume of such administration has caused one federal circuit court to note that even the government agencies were apparently incapable of knowing what their own “law” is.

One recent case the appellate court panel noted took the court,

“. . . to a strange world where the government itself – the very ‘expert’ agency … Read more