Supreme Court to Take on Immigration Case
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From the CenterSupreme Court to Rule on Obama’s Bid to Block Deportations
The Supreme Court said it would rule on the Obama administration’s stalled plan to defer deportation of more than four million illegal immigrants, setting the stage for a blockbuster ruling on presidential powers in June.
With Congress deadlocked over an immigration overhaul, President Barack Obama in November 2014 cited his executive authority in making changes i
From the RightSupreme Court Will Hear Executive Amnesty Appeal
The Supreme Court will have the final say on the legality of President Obama’s executive amnesty.
The court agreed to hear the case Tuesday. The Obama administration is appealing the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals’ November decision to keep in place a district court’s ruling blocking the amnesty programs from moving forward.
From the LeftSupreme Court Will Rule On Obama's Immigration Policy Before 2016 Election
President Barack Obama's executive actions on immigration, stuck in legal limbo for the past year, will get a Supreme Court hearing before the 2016 presidential election.
The justices announced their decision to hear the case, known as United States v. Texas, on Tuesday, after their private conference meeting Friday morning. For weeks, the federal government and Texas had fought a procedural battle over whether the justices should take up the case before the end of June, the close of the court's current