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What arguments go best against T

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If you're running T on neg, the most applicable on is T-Reduce Restrictions. You argue that creating a new category of admissibility is not a reduction of restrictions.

For aff, you essentially argue that reducing restrictions on the attorney general and reversing Session's decision.

Standards would be based around the usual ground, limits, etc.

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Typically an arbitrary interp, but T-substantial could be applicable. 

The un way to do T debates: combine all 3 of the above violations into one shell and then strategically choose interps to kick or extend based on how well the 2ac contextualizes their standards debate to your shell

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