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It is up to the attorney general whether to defend state laws—meaning whoever wins November’s election will be able to weigh in on whether to defend, for example, the constitutionality of the state’s GOP-backed abortion restrictions if they are challenged.
Trump reportedly may tap a former pharmaceutical company executive for the post who worked at HHS under George W. Bush and has given extensively to Republican candidates for office.
Discrimination by any other name—even the name of God—is still discrimination.