U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions has railed against trial and appellate judges who’ve issued nationwide injunctions that check the Trump administration. Still, government lawyers failed to convince the U.S. Supreme Court this past term to make any grand announcement about the use of such injunctions.

Sessions on Thursday took another step, issuing formal guidance to civil litigation heads across the country that provide legal arguments prosecutors can use to rebut any effort to nationally enjoin administration policies. The talking points aren’t entirely new—Sessions and other Main Justice lawyers have advanced many of these arguments—but they are neatly collected in a single memo, which The National Law Journal posted below.

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