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Hampton v. United States

425 U.S. 484 (1976)

tl;dr: Congress can delegate its power of setting tariff rates to executive branch officers as long as Congress provides clear direction and doesn’t give the President sole discretion over the power.

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Facts:The Tariff Act authorized the President to appoint a Tariff...

Holding:Holding (Taft): As a practical matter, Congress must employ executive...

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