National injunctions should not be banned. While national injunctions are a recent judicial development, they developed alongside the Executive Branch's increasing use of executive orders, which stems from the Legislative Branch's gridlock. They are however needed as banning them would create patchwork enforcement of laws, rules, and regulations, where one person could get relief, but others could not get the same relief based solely on geography. As these injunctions occur at the federal level, banning them would further divide the country and outcomes by region, and unlike state laws, which are created by elected officials, unelected district judges will be deciding what will be enforced. I might support this law if it restricted national injunctions against laws passed by Congress, but a blanket ban is not the answer.