Professor David Driesen writes on the recent SCOTUS ruling in Sackett v. EPA

In Professor David Driesen’s post at the Center for Progressive Reform, he writes “Confronted with Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s argument that the dictionary definition of the term “adjacent” includes things that are nearby but not connected, Justice Samuel Alito invoked an increasingly used device to avoid following the plain language of statutes demanding broad regulation to meet public goals — a presumption against alteration of the status quo that existed before the passage of legislation.