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Bush administration lawyer John Yoo says Trump lost because executive order was haphazard and rushed - Los Angeles Times

John Yoo, a UC Berkeley law professor who worked for President George W. Bush's administration and helped write a memo justifying torture of terrorism suspects, said the Supreme Court is unlikely to agree to review the decision. The inclusion of green ...and more »

US 9th Circuit Court of Appeals says a decision will come today on Trump administration's travel ban - Los Angeles Times

Judges Richard R. Clifton, William Canby and Michelle T. Friedland are on the 9th Circuit Court panel that's considering President Trump's travel ban. (Associated Press). The U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals plans to issue an opinion today on ...and more »

California's top prosecutor praises 9th Circuit Court decision - Los Angeles Times

California Atty. Gen. Xavier Becerra, whose office joined 16 other states and the District of Columbia in urging the U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals to reject President Trump's appeal, said the court ruled "on the side of justice." "While today's ...and more »

Hillary Clinton trolls Trump on his court losses: '3-0' - Los Angeles Times

Clinton was presumably referring to the unanimous ruling by a three-judge panel of the U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals. Eric H. Holder Jr., the former U.S. attorney general under President Obama, also weighed in with a "3-0." He added the hashtag ...and more »

'No one is above the law,' Washington attorney general says - Los Angeles Times

No one is above the law, not even the President. The President should withdraw this flawed, rushed and dangerous Executive Order, which caused chaos across the country. If he refuses, I will continue our work to hold him accountable to the Constitution.and more »

Appellate hearing over Trump's travel ban gets massive online and TV audience - Los Angeles Times

Tuesday's oral arguments over President Trump's travel ban had a massive public audience Tuesday, as audio of the U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals hearing was broadcast live both on the Internet and on cable television. More than 135,000 people tuned ...and more »