The court says Congress didn't violate separation of powers requirements in the Constitution.
At issue is the Sex Offender Registration and Notification Act.
It requires people convicted of sex offenses to register where they live. Congress left it up to the attorney general to decide how to apply the law's requirements to those convicted of a sex offense before the law was enacted in 2006.
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