With the latest proposal to split the 9th Circuit working its way through Congress, opponents in the ever-rancorous debate have begun pulling out the big guns.

On the anti-split front is Manus Cooney, a Republican Washington lobbyist and former chief counsel to the Senate Judiciary Committee. He’s working pro bono to convince congressional Republicans that splitting the 9th Circuit makes less sense as the court becomes more conservative.

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