Court-nominee Brett Kavanaugh's blind reading of legislation would kill most environmental law -

Many laws in the United States are famously large. It’s not unusual for bills to run to hundreds, or even thousands, of pages as they attempt to deal with details and possibilities. And still, the regulations that result from a bill can be even longer—much longer. Because they have to be. No bill, no matter how well thought out, can anticipate every possibility, or how markets, technology, and new information will alter the intent and execution of a piece of legislation.

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