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Non-Sequiturs: 08.16.17

Not wasting any time: Judge Amul Thapar, recently confirmed to the Sixth Circuit, authors his first published opinion as a member of that court. [How Appealing] "Can private employers fire employees for going to a white supremacist rally?" It depends, as Eugene Volokh explains. [Volokh Conspiracy / Washington Post] Joel Cohen explores special counsel Robert Mueller's decision to impanel a grand jury in D.
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