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The federal government has asked the Supreme Court to block nationwide injunction in sanctuary-cities case that bars the government from imposing conditions on federal grants for police; government argues injunction should only apply to Chicago.

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Richard H. Pildes is the Sudler Family Professor of Constitutional Law at NYU Law.

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05.22.17 Symposium: The court continues winding down unnecessary racial redistricting
07.30.15 Symposium: Misguided hysteria over Evenwel v. Abbott
05.20.14 Legal scholarship highlight: How should the Court assess the workings of the other institutions of government?
03.12.14 Commentary: John Roberts’s quiet homage to William Rehnquist
06.25.13 Shelby Commentary: What does the Court’s decision mean?
09.12.12 Online VRA symposium: The Supreme Court response to Congressional avoidance
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