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MaxMin - Major Questions Doctrine
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MaxMin - Major Questions Doctrine

The subject today is the major questions doctrine, which has come up recently in the context of student loans – but has significance independent of where you stand on the question of loan forgiveness.

Let’s take a deeper look at … the major questions-doctrine. Which kind of sounds like an army officer with a hyphenated last name.

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Minimum Competence

The idea is that this podcast can accompany you on your commute home and will render you minimally competent on the major legal news stories of the day. The transcript is available in the form of a newsletter at www.minimumcomp.com.

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