Key Justice Department Attorney In TX v. Azar Case Resigns

April 11, 2019
A key Justice Department political appointee who led oral arguments in the controversial challenge to the Affordable Care Act at the district court level has dropped out of the case and will soon leave DOJ, coming just days after House Democrats told Attorney General William Barr to let his lawyers in the case testify before Congress, and ahead of DOJ’s May 1 deadline to file an opening brief in the appeal. A person close to Deputy Assistant Attorney General Brett...

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