Immigration Battle at Supreme Court
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From the RightObama amnesty Supreme Court case to test limits of presidential power
The Constitution was ratified more than two centuries ago, and in all that time no president had ever tested the limits of executive power enough to force the Supreme Court to rule whether he has lived up to the founders’ command that the laws be “faithfully executed.”
From the LeftOPINION: If this president is allowed to reinterpret the law, what about the next one?
Sometimes it seems the Supreme Court’s main purpose these days is to resolve disputes between Republicans and President Obama.
From the LeftOPINION: On Immigration, the law is on Obama's SIde
The president has operated under longstanding provisions of law that give the executive branch discretion in enforcement.