The U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit threw out a district court’s preliminary injunction Tuesday that blocked the Trump administration’s recent efforts to reinstate the federal death penalty.

Judges Neomi Rao and Gregory Katsas, both appointed to the bench by President Donald Trump, wrote concurring opinions in favor of vacating the injunction. Judge David Tatel, a Clinton appointee, dissented.

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