Since a federal judge struck down the federal mask mandate, commentators have parsed the decision from both left and right, claiming the ruling was legally suspect. While their legal arguments are wrong, at least they’re not as wrong as Anthony Fauci’s response before (where else?) the TV cameras.
On April 18, Judge Kathryn Kimball Mizelle ruled that the Centers for Disease Control mask mandate for public transportation exceeded the agency’s delegated powers and violated the Administrative Procedure Act (APA), the law that governs rule-making by federal agencies. Mizelle found the mask mandate was not within the regulatory powers Congress granted to federal health authorities.
But even if the scope of the mandate was within the power granted by Congress, the CDC failed to follow the
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