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News@Law, 01/10/2018

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Bloomberg
Judge’s Ruling Isn’t Going to Save the Dreamers
An op-ed by Noah Feldman. A federal judge in California on Tuesday blocked President Donald Trump from rescinding the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, which he had planned to phase out in March. The impulse to protect the so-called Dreamers is admirable. But legally speaking, the opinion can’t be correct. If President Barack Obama had the legal authority to use his discretion to create DACA in the first place -- itself a close legal question -- Trump must have the legal authority to reverse DACA on the ground that he considers it to have exceeded Obama’s powers.
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Scientific American
Climate Webpages Erased and Obscured Under Trump
Thousands of webpages with climate change information have been removed or buried at agencies including U.S. EPA, the Interior and Energy departments and elsewhere across the government, according to a new report...Joseph Goffman, executive director of Harvard Law School's Environmental Law Program and a former Obama EPA official, said the report "illustrates, in a dramatic way, just how much the public at large, and the stakeholders and public officials charged with representing the public's interests, depend on the federal government to assemble and disseminate top-quality peer-reviewed scientific and technical information."
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Bloomberg
How ‘Desirability Bias’ Weakens Democracy
An op-ed by Cass Sunstein. When people get new information – about immigration, about President Donald Trump, about climate change – will they change their minds? It’s common to say that if they don’t, the reason is “confirmation bias," which means that people are far more likely to accept information that supports their current beliefs. But in some situations, what really matters is something different and even more insidious: “desirability bias.” When people display desirability bias, they find information more credible when it pleases them – even if it fails to confirm their pre-existing beliefs.
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Mihir Desai; First Coast Connect (audio)
An interview with Mihir Desai...Republicans in Washington struck a tax overhaul deal just before Christmas. It was a major political victory for the GOP Congressional leadership and President Donald Trump. Supporters say the tax overhaul will spur economic growth but opponents say it was just a Christmas present for corporations and the nation’s most wealthy.
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SB Nation
How Jon Gruden’s 10-year, $100 million deal with the Raiders transforms the head coaching market
The Raiders will reportedly pay Jon Gruden $100 million over 10 years to come out of the booth and get back to coaching...Gruden does have a Super Bowl win on his resume. His Buccaneers beat the Raiders following the 2003 season. It happened just a few short months after the Raiders traded Gruden to Tampa Bay for four draft picks. On the other hand, Gruden also hasn’t coached at all since he was fired by the Bucs in 2009. Still, Carfagna, a sports law professor at Harvard and the director of the sports law track at the University of Miami’s law school, said it makes sense in this circumstance. “It’s not a surprise, because when you look at building a multi-billion dollar stadium in Las Vegas, and sure. It just would be very smart to play off of this as kind of a one-off, I would think, in the pros,” Carfagna said.
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