DC circ. Won’t review decision to relaunch Dems’ GSA Docs suit

By Hailey Konnath (August 8, 2022, 11:27 p.m. EDT) — On Monday, the entire DC circuit refused to rehear a split-panel decision resurrecting a group of House Democrats for documents on the hotel lease from the Trump Organization for the Old Post Bureau of the District of Columbia, although several judges were emphatically in favor of granting the motion.

A majority of circuit judges eligible to participate in the case did not support granting the Biden administration’s motion for an en banc review of the December 2020 ruling, according to the order. The panel’s decision reversed the district court’s finding that lawmakers were not harmed as individuals when the General Services Administration…

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