CNN  |  December 10, 2021

However, according to Georgetown University health law professor Lawrence Gostin, standard administrative law principles call for the courts to “give deference to the agency’s facts and interpretation of its powers.”

The courts in the federal mandate cases have “merely substituted their opinions for those of career agency scientists,” Gostin told CNN in an email. “That is not following the rule of law or precedent.”

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