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DOJ Says Plaintiffs Fail To Prove Injury Justifying Suit Over '2-1' Rule Order

July 07, 2017
The Department of Justice (DOJ) says that plaintiffs cannot prove injury to justify their suit over the legality of President Donald Trump's executive order (EO) requiring OSHA, EPA, and other agencies to identify two rules for repeal for every new rule they issue, saying that undoing the rules would not cause harm warranting the lawsuit. But Public Citizen and other groups that filed the challenge are countering that they can prove harm giving them standing to sue over the EO...


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