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Supreme Court Again Rules Against Obama’s Extra-Legal Immigration Actions

The Supreme Court again ruled against President Obama's extra-legal immigration executive actions by denying a petition for rehearing in United States v. Texas. That is the case in which 26 states sued Obama for trying to change immigration law by so-called "executive action" law when Congress was unable to reach a consensus to do so. The post Supreme Court Again Rules Against Obama’s Extra-Legal Immigration Actions appeared first on RedState.
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