The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit heard oral arguments Monday in a challenge to the Consumer Product Safety Commission’s structure in a case that could alter the way other independent federal agencies are set up.

The lawsuit, brought by the groups Consumers’ Research and By Two LP, alleges that a “for cause” restriction on the president’s removal authority for CPSC commissioners under federal statute violates the constitution’s separation of powers.

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