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Garland v. Cargill: Will SCOTUS Stop Agencies from Legislating?

In this Lunch and Law series, we discuss the so-called “Bumpstock Ban” and the historic Supreme Court case, Garland v. Cargill, that will decide whether the ATF had the power to enact legislation when Congress had considered such legislation and chosen not to do so.

This Lunch and Law was held the day after NCLA represented Michael Cargill in oral argument before the Supreme Court. The panel includes Rich Samp, Senior Litigation Counsel, and lead NCLA attorney on the case, as well as Jonathan Mitchell, an accomplished constitutional appellate litigator who manned the podium at oral argument, and our client Michael Cargill.