‘Deep State Hit’ by SCOTUS as Chevron Deference Upended by Loper Ruling – Will Regulatory Power be Limited? Hopeful Development for MHVille, Entrepreneurs and Smaller Businesses; plus MHMarkets


Bureaucrats don’t get to make laws. Lawmakers make laws. Bureaucrats are supposed to enforce laws as lawmakers intended: not more, not less. Courts rule when a law is unclear. The power of federal regulators to decide what they want federal law to mean has been limited, per several reports on case of Loper Bright Enterprises vs. Raimondo, which has upended decades of what is known as the Chevron deference. That’s near the essence of what the Loper ruling means. Another way to look at the Loper ruling is that the U.S. Constitution’s limits on federal governmental power as exercised by bureaucrats has apparently been limited. The ruling has clear and significant implications for manufactured housing, as will be explored in Part II of this report. As manufactured home industry pros read the responses to the tweet (X-post) on the Loper decision posted below that overturned decades of Chevron Deference,” the meaning of this case for manufactured housing and smaller businesses or entrepreneurs more broadly may begin to come into focus. Once more, this ruling will vindicate the Manufactured Housing Association for Regulatory Reform (MHARR) and MHProNews’ reporting of issues of importance to our profession.

Part I – from the Daily Signal to MHProNews


Supreme Court Throws Back ‘Chevron Deference’ in Ruling on Fishermen’s Case Against Government

Jarrett Stepman | June 28, 2024

The Supreme Court ruled 6-3 in favor of commercial fisherman who challenged the U.S. government’s imposition of charges for onboard federal inspections. The case deals a massive blow to the power of federal agencies.

Commercial fishermen in New Jersey initiated the case, Loper Bright Enterprises vs. Raimondo. The fishermen argued that they were unjustly charged by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration in 2020 to pay for third-party, onboard monitors of their operations.

NOAA did this without Congress giving the agency authority to do so. The fishermen argued that the federal regulation violates Article 1 of the Constitution.

A majority of the Supreme Court agreed with the fishermen’s appeal.

The Supreme Court’s decision overturns so-called Chevron deference, a legal test that comes from a series of cases before the high court beginning with its unanimous 1984 decision in Chevron USA Inc. v. Natural Resources Defense Council.

The Chevron doctrine essentially meant that courts give deference to the expertise of the government’s administrative agencies in interpreting legislative statutes.

“Perhaps most fundamentally, Chevron’s presumption is misguided because agencies have no special competence in resolving statutory ambiguities. Courts do,” Chief Justice John Roberts wrote in his majority opinion.

Robert argued that the Chevron deference was untimately unworkable under the Constitution.

“Chevron has proved to be fundamentally misguided,” Roberts wrote. “It reshaped judicial review of agency action without grappling with the [Administrative Procedures Act], the statute that lays out how such review works. And its flaws were apparent from the start, prompting the Court to revise its foundations and continually limit its application.”

Judicial originalists have argued that Chevron deference places too much unimpeded power in the hands of government agencies. The new ruling shifts more power back to courts and legislative bodies.

Heritage Foundation fellow Steve Bradbury wrote earlier this year that the Supreme Court’s unanimous Chevron decision 40 years ago was a reaction to overreach by lower courts.

“When it handed down its Chevron opinion in 1984, the Supreme Court was reacting with some exasperation to a persistent pattern of flawed judicial intervention by the lower courts, par­tic­u­larly the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit, the court that hears the greatest volume of challenges to agency actions,” Bradbury wrote.

Those who argued in favor of Chevron deference say that the courts are ill-equipped to understand technical policies promulgated by government agencies and therefore should defer to bureaucratic expertise.

Justice Elena Kagan wrote that Chevron deference, “has formed the backdrop against which Congress, courts, and agencies–as well as regulated parties and the public–all have operated for decades. It has been applied in thousands of judicial decisions. It has become part of the warp and woof of modern government, supporting regulatory efforts of all kinds.”

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Part II – Additional Information with More MHProNews Analysis and Commentary

To further round out the understanding of the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS), two more items are useful.

1) According to the Associated Press (AP) on 6.28.2024.

QuoteMarksLeftSideWASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court on Friday upended a 40-year-old decision [i.e.: Chevron deference] that made it easier for the federal government to regulate the environment, public health, workplace safety and consumer protections, delivering a far-reaching and potentially lucrative victory to business interests.

The court’s six conservative justices overturned the 1984 decision colloquially known as Chevron, long a target of conservatives who have been motivated as much by weakening the regulatory state as social issues including abortion. The liberal justices were in dissent.

The case was the conservative-dominated court’s clearest and boldest repudiation yet of what critics of regulation call the administrative state.

Billions of dollars are potentially at stake in challenges that could be spawned by the high court’s ruling. …”

2) On this date on the Manufactured Housing Institute (MHI) website there is no mention of Loper Bright nor of Chevron deference, per the search results by MHProNews using the  MHI search tool.

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3) By way of contrast, in a post by MHARR on May 2, 2023, that Washington, D.C. based trade group said the following.


MAY 2, 2023

The United States Supreme Court has accepted for review later this year, a case that could significantly alter the landscape of federal regulatory law, including critical matters that directly impact the comprehensively federally-regulated manufactured housing industry.

The case, Loper Bright Enterprises v. Raimondo, which the court voted to accept on May 1, 2023, involves a legal concept known as “Chevron deference,” and provides an opportunity for the Court to either eliminate, restrict, or clarify that doctrine. Chevron deference, first enunciated by the Supreme Court in Chevron USA v. Natural Resources Defense Council (1984), means that a court reviewing federal agency regulatory action will defer to an agency’s interpretation of a controlling statute if the statute itself is found by the court to be “ambiguous.”

For example, when HUD (in concert with its entrenched contractor) adopted current Subpart I procedures, including regulations, policy statements, “guidelines,” and other sub-regulatory criteria that have continually bedeviled industry production, MHARR – in the absence of Chevron deference – would, in 1985, have judicially challenged those actions.  As MHARR members are aware, though, the Association chose not to proceed in that manner, because of the adoption of Chevron judicial deference just a year before.

If Chevron deference were overruled, however – or significantly limited — the likelihood of judicial relief concerning many regulatory issues affecting the industry would be enhanced, meaning that agencies would have to confront an increased likelihood of credible litigation over regulatory decisions and actions. This, in turn, would enable MHARR to more aggressively protect, defend and advance the views and interests of manufactured housing producers in Washington, D.C.

Given the importance of this case and its potentially far-reaching effects on the HUD Code manufactured housing industry, MHARR will continue to closely monitor this action, and will report to you further as developments warrant.

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4) MHProNews has for some years been making the case that bigger businesses often have a cozy relationship with their regulators. This is a well-studied phenomenon.
Regulatory bodies, like the people who comprise them…become with some exceptions, either an arm of the industry they are regulating or senile.” So said John Kenneth Galbraith.


5) One reason that larger businesses often ‘secretly embrace’ regulation is because it can give them a perceived advantage over smaller rivals. A snapshot of that point is provided below from the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM). Smaller firms end up paying more per employee for the cost of regulation than larger firms do, by a ratio of almost exactly 2 to 1.




6) It is with those thoughts on mind that someone like Carol Roth weighs in on the ‘secrets’ of regulation and bigger businesses.




7) So, with Roth, NAM’s, and Galbraith’s points in mind, a look at MHI’s home page on this date reveals a curious logo that proclaims MHI is “Celebrating 50 Years of Partnership with HUD.” Yet MHI has claimed for years that they are resource to help the industry grow. See the screen capture below.


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Their statement that they can help someone “grow” their business might be true in some technical sense for a limited number of larger firms that are focused on manufactured housing industry consolidation. But it is apparently not true – or is less true – for those that want organic growth, are smaller or start-up firms that might normally seek association membership precisely to help with regulators. MHI’s lack of information on Chevron or Loper are apparent examples of that point.


8) But it isn’t just MHProNews that holds a critical view of MHI’s effectiveness for specific segments of their membership. MHI members, past and present, have and continue to be critics of MHI too. Something similar can be said of those who are members of an MHI state association affiliate.


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9) But perhaps the most direct assault on MHI and federal regulators is implied in Rolfe’s recent remarks: ‘Don’t tell me we can’t solve affordable housing. The truth is we don’t want to solve affordable housing.’ See details on the linked below.




10) The public is left with an image of the ‘complexity’ of dealing with regulators. Certainly, smaller businesses are well aware of those regulatory hoops and challenges, which explains why there are so many trade groups in the first place. While manufactured housing pros think about MHI and MHARR as the two national trade associations that are supposedly (in MHI’s case) ‘battling’ with regulators, there are broader and industry specific advocacy groups too. Housing professionals have dozens of such groups, that include the National Association of Realtors (NAR), the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB), the Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA), etc. There is a U.S. Chamber of Commerce for larger businesses, and groups like the National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB) or the Job Creators Network (JCN).  Such groups often provide trade media (such as MHProNews) with reports. Unfortunately, MHI – apparently seeking to avoid scrutiny of their advocacy – declines providing such information directly to MHProNews, but may do so to others who are willing to heap praise on them.


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That bigger businesses take a different stance towards regulations than smaller businesses is illustrated in the criticism of Dr. Richard Rahn, former chief economist for the U.S. Chamber of Commerce lodged against that association. Note the similarities between Rahn’s and Roth‘s stances? Both are taking aim at what they have called the “war on small business.”


There is nothing so useless as doing efficiently that which should not be done at all.” – Peter Drucker. Some lessons [from COVID lockdowns] are already clear. Small businesses should open despite executive orders (which are not laws) to stay closed — then challenge the authorities in court. ” From Rahn’s “Politicians use COVID-19 war to destroy small businesses” in 6.8.2020, several new 2021 insights from Rahn follow. https://www.manufacturedhomepronews.com/corrupt-nonprofits-biden-dem-plans-institute-for-global-economic-growth-chairman-richard-w-rahn-rages-against-federal-policies-war-on-small-business-harm-to-w/
11) Per an informed source to MHProNews, MHARR plans to issue a statement next week on the Loper ruling, with more specifics on how they see that ruling as impacting the relationship with regulators such as HUD, the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA), or the Department of Energy (DOE), to name but three that have been dogging manufactured housing despite the obvious need for millions of more units of affordable housing. Put differently, whatever problematic business practices that Rolfe may be accused of engaging in, he seems to have a point with respect to a lack of desire by “special interests” to not solve the affordable housing crisis, including government officials, but not limited to them. Prior reports on Chevron and Loper are linked below.


12) That regulations are seen as a potential ‘barrier for entry’ was touted by MHI member Triad Financial/ECN Capital recently, see that new report linked here.

13) To learn more see the related reports. Watch for an update on this ruling from MHARR, perhaps as soon as next week. Let’s see if these reports spark MHI into at least mentioning the Loper decision, and see what sort of spin they put on the Loper ruling, shall we?



Part VI – Our Daily Business News on MHProNews stock market recap which features our business-daily at-a-glance update of over 2 dozen manufactured housing industry stocks.


This segment of the Daily Business News on MHProNews is the recap of yesterday evening’s market report at the closing bell, so that investors can see-at-glance the type of topics may have influenced other investors. Our format includes our signature left (CNN Business) and right (Newsmax) ‘market moving’ headlines for a more balanced report.

The macro market moves graphics below provide context and comparisons for those invested in or tracking manufactured housing connected equities. Meaning, you can see ‘at a glance’ how manufactured housing connected firms do compared to other segments of the broader equities market.

In minutes a day, readers can get a good sense of significant or major events while keeping up with the trends that may be impacting manufactured housing connected investing.


Headlines from left-of-center CNN Business – 6.28.2024

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