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The former law clerk to the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has spoken and written extensively on the signature Obama-era Affordable Care Act.
In addition to showing $2.03 million in partnership share, the financial disclosure from Elizabeth Prelogar, now the acting U.S. solicitor general, revealed a $100,000 payment from Cooley that was described as a "transition" compensation on entering the firm partnership.
In a letter to the clerk of the court, Deputy Solicitor General Edwin Kneedler wrote: "Following the change in administration, the Department of Justice has reconsidered the government’s position in these cases."
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