The U.S. Supreme Court is currently deliberating a case that may impact the extent to which federal agencies can form energy regulations and climate policies. This case pertains to the “Chevron deference,” a legal precedent that allows agencies to interpret ambiguous statutes. Loper Bright Enterprises, a company negatively affected by this doctrine, has appealed a ruling that they argue excessively reduces their profit margin due to imposed regulations. The outcome of this case could significantly influence the extent of federal agency intervention in businesses and the environment, potentially shaping the narrative for the 2024 election.

Do you believe that the "Chevron deference" should continue to allow federal agencies to interpret ambiguous statutes or should there be stricter limitations to prevent potential overreaching?

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