The U.S. Supreme Court is set to “weigh the executive branch’s authority to set immigration policy as some red states claim that the Biden administration’s enforcement decisions are too lax,” according to SCOTUSblog.
In a 5-4 decision, the divided court declined to reinstate Biden’s immigration guidelines and set the case for argument this fall.
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Divided court declines to reinstate Biden’s immigration guidelines, sets case for argument this fall https://t.co/oJwMwFIXVI
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“The justices on Thursday agreed to take up a challenge by Texas and Louisiana to a new federal policy that prioritizes certain groups of unauthorized immigrants for arrest and deportation,” the report added.
The high court will