OA569: Cawthorn Is as Bad at Picking Lawyers as He Is at Not Doing Insurrections

We’ve got a delightful update in the Madison Cawthorn “one totally legitimate effort” to keep him off the ballot! Cawthorn’s lawyers made a truly pathetic attempt at an injunction. It’s bad law, but good deep dive! Also, a big Opening Arguments was Right about the DHS saga from a few years ago. Don’t remember what we’re talking about? Don’t worry, we’ve got your back and it is good news! As if that isn’t enough, we’ve got a bonus Wordle Law Wildcard! Just listen, alright!
Links: I-765, Application for Employment Authorization, Employment Authorization Document, Federal Court Restores Access to Work Permits for Many Asylum Seekers, Trump Rule final text, AILA – DHS Secretary Ratifies Rule, Judge Beryl Howell says NOPE, Feist Publications v. Rural Telephone Service Co., 499 U.S. 340 (1991), Wordle and IP law, Cawthorn Injunction, State Board Answer, Younger v. Harris, 401 U.S. 37 (1971), Chavez v. Evans, 446 P.2d 445 (NM 1968)

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