Politico  |  September 25, 2020

For the moment, Chevron survives, even with the Supreme Court’s current conservative majority. Katie Keith, a health law expert at Georgetown University, noted that federal judges — including recent Trump appointees — have actually shown significant deference to agency actions in several high-stakes cases. Those include decisions in which judges rejected attempts to block the Trump administration from increasing hospital pricing transparency and allowing insurance plans that don’t meet Obamacare’s coverage requirements. But Keith suspects that might change if the White House flips in November. “If it’s Biden, I think they really push forward on this and do what they can to limit the administrative state,” she said. “That’s been a goal for a very long time.”

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