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Federal Appeals Court Revives Emoluments Lawsuit Against Trump

Newsy Friday, 13 September 2019 ()
Federal Appeals Court Revives Emoluments Lawsuit Against TrumpWatch VideoA federal appeals court has brought a previously dismissed emoluments lawsuit against President Trump back to life.

The 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Friday that a lawsuit filed by a group of New York and D.C. restaurant owners can proceed. This suit was previously dismissed by the federal district court in...
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The suit, filed by a group of restaurant owners, was previously dismissed by the federal district court in southern New York.

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