In Li v. Pemberton Park Community Association, an opinion finding that a pro se litigant did not waive an argument about uneven enforcement of housing rules, the Court reminded: “[P]arties on appeal need not always ‘rely on precisely the same case law or statutory subpart’ on which they relied below. And while appellate courts ‘do not consider issues that were not raised . . . below,’ parties may ‘construct new arguments in support of issues’ that were raised.” No. 20-0571 (Oct. 1, 2021) (per curiam).

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