William Barr, President Donald Trump’s choice for attorney general, fielded questions about nationwide injunctions, Justice Department guidance on marijuana enforcement and the Affordable Care Act during a hearing Tuesday dominated by discussion of the special counsel probe.

While early testimony focused on special counsel Robert Mueller III’s probe, members of the Senate Judiciary Committee also used the hearing to probe Barr on how he might run the Justice Department in other key areas, if confirmed.

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