Trump's Emergency Tariffs: Court Says Legal, But Are They Constitutional?

Trump's Emergency Tariffs: Court Says Legal, But Are They Constitutional?

Desde: Teleforum
0 0 hace 11 meses
In late March, the Court of International Trade (a U.S. Article III court) upheld the legality of Trump administration tariffs under Sec. 232 of the 1962 Trade Expansion Act (American Institute for Int'l Steel, Inc. v. United States). But one of the judges expressed doubts that the ruling could be reconciled with reviving concerns about the non-delegation doctrine. The case may well reach the U.S. Supreme Court and help clarify constitutional issues that go well beyond the trade context. ... Más informaciones

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