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Fischer v. United States defense arguments based on literal reading of "Obstructing an official proceeding" vs "What they actually meant was..."?

Literal reading is not serious statutory interpretation First, one cannot conclude that a subsection has an unambiguous legal meaning merely from a literal or plain reading of the text. All reading is ...
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In the SCOTUS case yesterday on Mifepristone and FDA, why was *Twiqbal* and prohibition on 3rd party standing not raised?

Short Answer What explains then, why no justices mentioned rule against 3rd party standing or Twiqbal? Third party standing and Twiqbal involve two completely different legal doctrines that have ...
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