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. 9 Circuit Rules The DOJ can give preference to cities that use money to fight illegal immigration

The City of Los Angeles sued the Department of Justice for failing to receive funds from the Community-Oriented Police Services Grant Program, which aims to build trust-building initiatives between communities and law enforcement agencies. Los Angeles chose to focus on "building trust and respect" and did not mention illegal immigration in its application because of its policy as a city …

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Federal Judge says DOJ can not exchange its legal team in the census case

"Defendants cite no reason, let alone" satisfactory, reasons "to represent the lawyer," District Judge Jesse Furman said, citing deadlines. on the premise that the swift clarification of the claimants' claims is a matter of great private and public importance. Furman may also review requests by the plaintiffs to impose sanctions in the case for allegedly untruthful witnesses of the administration …

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In reversal, DOJ says it's still trying to add citizenship question to census; judge sets Friday deadline

A high-ranking Justice Department lawyer said it would start the process of census after all, just one day after the Census Bureau Assistant Attorney General Joseph Hunt said there may still be "a legally available path" under last week's Supreme Court decision. Hunt made his comments on a conference call with us. District Court Judge George Hazel Wednesday afternoon, President …

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Trump tells Fox News DOJ if his calls have been monitored

One day after the official launch of its presidential bid for 2020, President Trump Fox News "Hannity" announced Wednesday alone that investigators are working to determine if his personal phone calls made during the 2016 US intelligence campaign secretly supervised – a possibly he called "the ultimate". Trump also pounded House Democrats that he had put his former top communications …

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T-Mobile and Sprint may outsource assets of $ 6 billion as part of a DOJ merger

Dish Network Satellite Dishes in Palo Alto, California, 2011. Photo: Paul Sakuma (AP) Dish Network Corp. Talks "to buy assets that T-Mobile and Sprint want to sell to have their horrible merger approved by the antitrust authorities, Bloomberg reported on Tuesday. Sources familiar with the discussions told Bloomberg that Dish could announce a deal "assets including radio spectrum and Sprint's …

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DOJ antitrust chief warns big tech that does not protect them

The Justice Department's assistant attorney general highlighted the antitrust case against Silicon Valley's major players during a Tuesday speech. Makan Delrahim described a range of possible arguments against tech companies as his office takes the lead in probing Google and, possibly, Apple. Separately, the Federal Trade Commission is overseeing inquiries into possible antitrust practices of Facebook and Amazon. After discussing …

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The judge says now that the DOJ does not need to release Kislyak-Flynn transcripts

Last month, Judge Emmet Sullivan ordered the prosecution to release a series of information, mainly transcripts, regarding Flynn's case. This included calls between him and Russian officials – presumably including the calls to Kislyak, which were only summarized but included in a core piece of the Mueller investigation. The prosecution refused to release the Kislyak Flynn calls on Friday. ] …

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DOJ announces its return after the Parliamentary Democrats announce the vote on Barr's contempt and the summons has gone "beyond measure"

A day after the announcement by the Democrat-led House of Representatives to vote next week on whether Attorney General William Barr and former White House lawyer Don McGahn should be despised, the Justice Department (DOJ) fires back "disappointed" the conduct of the congress and that even Democrats have confirmed their summons to Special Counsel Robert Mueller's files is "unusable". In …

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