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Biden’s high court choice defies expectations on labor cases

AP: "But Curt Levey, president of the Committee for Justice, a Washington group that promotes conservative judicial nominees and limited government, argued that the case was an example of Jackson having reflexively ruled against the Trump administration. When Levey studied her record before she was confirmed for the appellate court, he said, 'she seemed hostile to the Trump administration.'

Her ruling in the case, Levey said, applied the Administrative Procedures Act in a way that was 'less deferential to the administration' than what the Supreme Court has specified in previous cases.

Refusing to certify the class of plaintiffs in the Lockheed Martin case, though, Levey said, could be a 'good sign that perhaps she is not an ideologue in general.'"


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