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Editorial: Who gets to say what the rules mean?

The Supreme Court on Wednesday heard arguments about whether federal courts should be required to defer to the executive branch's interpretation of its own rules, if that interpretation is reasonable. This may sound like a technical, legalistic dispute - and it is - but the wrong decision could make it vastly harder for the federal government to protect the public.

If courts start to second-guess executive-branch

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