Saturday, April 16, 2016

Obama immigration actions face critical day at high court

Via Billy

Stick those two female things on the right into the midst of a pig pen and they would blend in perfectly. :)

Monday marks a critical day for President Obama’s executive actions on immigration, as his legal team makes arguments to the Supreme Court to allow them to go forward.

In oral arguments, the Obama administration will ask the justices to lift a lower court injunction that blocked the implementation of the programs, which would allow millions of undocumented immigrants to live and work in the U.S. without fear of deportation.

A group of 26 states, led by Texas, will argue the injunction should be kept in place because Obama overstepped his authority and the programs would pose high costs on their governments.

The court is expected to hand down a ruling in June. But Obama and his allies are facing the possibility of a deadlock that would hand a victory to Texas and the states.

If the short-handed court splits 4-4, the lower court’s ruling would be left in place, which would virtually guarantee the programs will not go into place before Obama leaves office.

More @ The Hill


  1. When the States start refusing to bow to the Fed's wrongful wishes, and start doing what's right for the States, then we'll see justice.

    Central Alabamaian