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Administration Renews Bid To Undercut Plaintiffs' Standing In '2-1' EO Suit

September 11, 2017
The Department of Justice (DOJ) is reiterating its claims that labor and other public interest groups lack standing to sue over President Donald Trump's order (EO) that requires OSHA and other agencies to repeal two rules for every new measure issued, urging a federal court to take a broad interpretation of an appellate case that limited such challenges rather than the plaintiffs' preferred, limited view. DOJ filed an Aug. 31 brief in the suit , Public Citizen et al. v....


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