Two years into President Donald Trump’s aggressive push to reshape the federal judiciary, the administration’s judicial picks are making waves on the bench as they issue opinions on the Second Amendment, abortion and LGBTQ issues.

Settling into what will be lifetime appointments on the federal courts of appeals, Trump’s court picks have begun issuing hot dissents and brow-raising concurrences and staking out stronger positions on social issues than other conservative-appointed judges.

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