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Logical Reasonings

A. You have until August 2nd to sign-up for the September 16th LSAT, but across the nation, LSAT testing centers are already filling up. Wondering what you should do? We got you. Blueprint LSAT

B. The Knight First Amendment Institute at Columbia University filed a federal suit against Trump, alleging that he violated several Twitter users’ First Amendment rights by blocking them on Twitter. LA Times

C. If you’re planning to take the bar in California, you may be in luck. In an unprecedented move, the California Supreme Court stripped away the California bar examiners’ ability to set the passing score for the exam, and may choose to reduce the state’s abnormally high passing score. Above the Law

D. Trump Jr., either acting against the advice of his lawyer or acting on terrible advice, published an email exchange between him and the Kremlin-affiliated lawyer he met with during the campaign. In doing so, he may have admitted to some light federal crimes. Washington Post

E. NY Times columnist David Brooks wrote an article over the weekend about how “social barriers” like the inability to pronounce Italian meats are bigger concern to working-class people than systemic issues like, I don’t know, wage stagnation. He’s paying the price for it on the social media channels. Vox