D.C. Cir. Won’t Revisit Revival of Trump Federal Workforce Orders

Sept. 25, 2019, 8:07 PM

The Trump administration is free to implement three executive orders affecting the federal workforce, after an appeals court Sept. 25 declined to reconsider an earlier decision reviving the orders.

The decision means the full U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit won’t take a second look at a July 16 ruling from a three-judge panel that overturned a lower court judge’s decision setting aside large portions of the orders.

The lower court didn’t have the authority to block President Donald Trump from carrying out the May 2018 executive orders meant to alter federal labor relations, appeals court ...

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