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Thursday, June 21, 2018



The ruling is also internally inconsistent. The court struck Title X but allowed the NYAG to proceed with its CFPA claims, which are under Title X. The court seems to think Title X and the CFPA are distinct


Could Mulvaney and Trump decide to follow this ruling and appoint a commission to oversee the bureau? Who would have standing to challenge that?

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