Frosh, Trump spar over ruling’s effect on emoluments case

A federal appeals court decision reviving hoteliers’ and restaurateurs’ claims of unconstitutional competition from President Donald Trump’s New York City properties has sparked controversy between attorneys for Maryland and the president over what the ruling means for the state’s similar but stalled claim against Trump. To Maryland’s counsel, last week’s ruling supports their argument that a ...

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