The Supreme Court refused to rehear Gundy, a case that would have revived the non-delegation doctrine and prevented the decision as to whether SORNA could be applied retroactively to the Attorney General.

After Gundy lost last year, a petition for rehearing was filed. Today the Court refused the rehearing and also refused to take up the same issue in two other cases that were presented to the court with the same issue.

We know that rehearing is granted in VERY, VERY few cases, so this is not a surprise.

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