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City provides counsel for immigrants, but which ones?

Travel ban, judge's praise, better motions round out roundup



Welcome to Monday, the 112th anniversary of the Supreme Court’s Lochner v. New York decision, holding that a statute limiting bakers’ working hours violated the freedom to contract, a liberty interest embodied in the 14th Amendment. The “Lochner era” ended with the high court’s 1937 ruling in West Coast Hotel Co. v. Parrish upholding Washington state’s minimum-wage law.

Here are some news items to get your week started.

— Which immigrants deserve free representation in Los Angeles?

— Universities remain focused on Trump’s travel ban.

— Judge’s praise of convicted sex offender draws criticism.

— Stop burying the lede when filing motions.