Republican AGs Hit Biden With Heaps of Lawsuits During First 100 Days

Republican attorneys general are hitting the Biden administration with a barrage of lawsuits even before the end of its first 100 days, foreshadowing what could be a litigious four years between President Biden and the top state law enforcement officials.

The effort comes after years of Democratic attorneys general consistently taking former President Trump to court, occasionally bringing cases all the way to the Supreme Court.

Indeed, Health and Human Services Secretary Xavier Becerra, who was the California attorney general during Trump’s term, celebrated filing his 100th lawsuit against the Trump administration in August.

The cases include a suit by Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost against Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen over a provision in the COVID-19 stimulus Republicans say bans state tax cuts; another by Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton over the Biden administration’s procedures for deporting illegal immigrants convicted of crimes; and another by a group of red states over Biden’s revocation of the Keystone XL Pipeline permit, and more.

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