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As many of you know, DOJ is attempting to decertify the Immigration Judges' union, on the theory that IJs are management. This argument failed twenty years ago, but DOJ is at it again. The case is currently pending before the Federal Labor Relations Authority, Case No. WA-RP-19-0067.
Here are six case documents as filed with the FLRA: