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Border/Lines, July 25, 2022
"In a short writ of certiorari agreeing to hear the United States v. Texas case next term, which involves the Biden administration’s immigration priorities, the Supreme Court declined to stay a lower court injunction that had blocked these priorities. (Yes, we know there are confusingly like five active cases in which Texas is suing the Biden administration over its immigration policies.) This means that, for now, the Department of Homeland Security cannot enact any enforcement prioritization whatsoever, despite clear precedent. ... Before we get into the legal matters, let’s talk about the procedural history, because it’s a bit complicated. ..."