Auer deference, the citizenship question, and the nondelegation doctrine.

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Kisor v. Wilkie (Auer deference):
Department of Commerce v. New York (Citizenship question)
Gundy v. United States (Nondelegation):
IJ amicus in support of reinvigorating the nondelegation doctrine:

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