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Maryland First To File Legal Challenge To Acting U.S. Attorney General's Appointment

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Maryland First To File Legal Challenge To Acting U.S. Attorney General's Appointment

Maryland First To File Legal Challenge To Acting U.S. Attorney General's Appointment

According to a report by Reuters, on Tuesday, Maryland became the first state to ask a federal judge to decide whether or not the appointment of acting US Attorney General Matt Whitaker was legal.

The state has reportedly asked that Whitaker be barred from appearing in an official capacity in litigation over a dispute related to the Affordable Care Act and to substitute Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein in Whitaker's place.

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