Biden v. Nebraska — Merits Amicus Brief

Jeremiah Morgan Administrative Law, Constitutional Law, Statutory Construction, U. S. Supreme Court

Today, our firm filed an amicus brief in Biden v. Nebraska, a case challenging Biden’s student loan forgiveness vote buying scheme. Our brief, filed on behalf of Citizens United, Citizens United Foundation, and The Presidential Coalition, LLC, explained that the Framers of the Constitution structured the national government with a separation of powers in order to protect against tyranny, and that the Non-Delegation Doctrine protects against the breaching of the separation of those powers. We also argue that the Court should revitalize the Non-Delegation Doctrine and eliminate the intelligible principle test. Furthermore, our brief argued that no federal law authorizes the Biden Administration to unilaterally cancel student debt like it has tried to do.

Link to brief