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Knight First Amendment Institute v. Trump, the presidential Twitter case, raises an important separation of powers question: can federal courts enjoin the President? (Just Security).
President Trump has been remaking the judiciary, making appointments for over 100 vacancies on the federal bench (The Hill).
The Trump administration’s changing positions on regulatory issues puts career Department of Justice lawyers in a difficult litigating position, writes Dan Froomkin at ACS Blog.