A national alliance of veterans groups, judges, elected officials and law enforcement is seeking fast-track approval in Congress for a bipartisan bill that would send nonviolent veterans facing criminal charges to court-supervised treatment programs instead of prison.

A national alliance of veterans groups, judges, elected officials and law enforcement is seeking fast-track approval in Congress for a bipartisan bill that would send nonviolent veterans facing criminal charges to court-supervised treatment programs instead of prison.

I predict that three major federal court cases, which might involve the U.S. Supreme Court, will rein in President Trump’s abuse of trade legislation by November 2020. They all involve presidential claims of national security to impose tariffs and other trade restrictions. To do so would be …