The Supreme Court Asks Four Questions About Obama’s Amnesty

The U.S. Supreme Court has decided to hear a case assessing the legality of the immigration directives issued by President Obama in November 2014 that proposed to allow as many as 5.5 million illegal aliens to remain here and be given work permits and other benefits.  Only a lawsuit by Texas and two dozen other states stopped the Obama administration from going forward with the plan.  Professor Andrew Rudalevige, writing in the Washington Post on Thursday, explains the four issues the Court will address in determining the legality of Obama’s plan.

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Posted 1/22/16 by Margaret Hull


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