Britany Riley // 11/26/17 //
Attorney General Jeff Sessions issued a new policy forbidding the Department of Justice from imposing new rules via guidance letters (The Hill).
Trump officials are working to limit the administrative state, writes Josh Blackman, reporting from the Federalist Society convention, at National Review.
Authority for nationwide injunctions must come from some source other than the Administrative Procedure Act, argues Sam Bray at The Volokh Conspiracy.
The Trump administration is leaning towards nominated Thomas Brunell, the author of a 2008 book title “Redistricting and Representation: Why Competitive Elections Are Bad for America,” to head the U.S. Census Bureau (Politico).