Larry Klayman's legal massacre

Milbank, Dana
December 2014
Moderate Voice;12/23/2014, p6
Blog Entry
The article discusses issues regarding statement made by Larry Elliot Klayman, politically conservative American public interest lawyer and former attorney at the U.S. Justice Department, on strucking down of U.S. President Barack Obama's immigration orders. It mentions that Judge Beryl Howell, an Obama appointee to the U.S. District Court, was unimpressed by Klayman allegation. According to Klayman, Obama's executive orders may gave illegal immigrants the right to vote.


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