Supreme Court split on immigration, block on Obama plan remains


#1

In a crushing blow to the White House, the Supreme Court Thursday announced it was evenly divided in a case concerning the President’s controversial executive actions on immigration.

The ruling means that the programs will remain blocked from going into effect, and the issue will return to the lower court. It is exceedingly unlikely the programs will go into effect for the remainder of the Obama presidency.

Obama announced the programs to great fanfare in 2014 as well as to over 4 million immigrants who were prepared to come out from the shadows to apply for the programs and get temporary work authorization and associated benefits. ”

fox6now.com/2016/06/23/supreme-court-split-on-immigration-block-of-obama-program-remains/


#2

We need another conservative justice, clearly. The president’s executive actions are questionable at best as you see and outright illegal and unconstitutional at worst.

vox.com/2015/2/16/8025691/immigration-lawsuit-obama


#3

Unsurprising but still troubling is that four justices honestly believe the president’s actions are constitutional.


#4

Troubling
That and also how bad things happen when this president doesn’t get his way.
Tell me its my imagination and I’ll feel better.


#5

This is one of the most important issues in this election, if not the most important. There will be several judges replaced over the next four yrs. Hopefully they will be conservative


#6

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