U.S. Supreme Court Hands Texas Another Legal Victory On Biden’s Immigration Policies

The U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday handed Texas another legal win in an ongoing lawsuit over the Department of Homeland Security’s deportation policy.

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Federal Court Rules Against Biden Administration On Illegal Immigration Again

A Federal Judge In Texas Has Ruled Against The Biden Administration In A Lawsuit Brought By Texas And Louisiana Over The Administration Releasing “Criminal Illegal Aliens” Into The U.S. Instead Of Deporting Them.

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Federal Judge Halts Biden Administration From Revoking Title 42 Immigration Enforcement

A Federal Judge In Louisiana On Friday Stopped The Biden Administration From Revoking Title 42, A Public Health Authority That Allows Illegal Immigrants To Be Quickly Deported During A Health Emergency Like The Covid-19 Pandemic.

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Texas Launches Operations Center To Oversee 15-Agency Effort To Thwart Illegal Immigration

Gov. Greg Abbott Is Launching The Joint Border Security Operations Center To Oversee A 15-Agency Effort To Thwart Illegal Immigration Funded By Texas Taxpayers.

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14 AGs Sue Biden Administration Over Changing Asylum Policy

Fourteen Attorneys General, Led By Arizona, Louisiana And Missouri, Have Sued The Biden Administration For Altering Immigration Policies Established By Congress Related To The Immigration Asylum Process.

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U.S. Supreme Court Hears Arguments In ‘Remain In Mexico’ Lawsuit

The U.S. Supreme Court Heard Oral Arguments Tuesday In A Major Immigration Case, One Of Several Key Legal Battles Working Their Way Through The Federal Judicial System As Illegal Immigration Soars.

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AGs Push Back Against ‘Absurd Effort’ To Thwart Border Security Efforts In Texas

The Attorney Generals Of Texas And Missouri Are Pushing Back Against What They Say Is Another Attempt By The Biden Administration To Thwart Border Security Efforts In Texas, This Time Through The Endangered Species Act.

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22 AGs File Brief With SCOTUS Against Federal Firearm Accessory Ban

Twenty-Two State Attorneys General, Led By AGs From Montana And West Virginia, Have Petitioned The U.S. Supreme Court Over A Bureau Of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms And Explosives Rule They Argue Would Immediately Transform Hundreds Of Thousands Of Law-Abiding Gun Owners Into Criminals.

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AGs Take Measures To Protect Americans Who Donated To Canada’s Freedom Convoy

Several Republican Attorneys General Have Taken Action Against Two Crowdfunding Sites In An Effort To Protect Americans Who Donated To The Canadian Freedom Convoy, A Group Of Truckers And Pro-Liberty Canadians Peacefully Protesting Against Covid-19 Vaccine Mandates And Other Restrictions Imposed By Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.

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Freedom Convoy Sparks More Controversy After GoFundMe Refunds $10 Million

A Canadian Movement Of Truckers Protesting The Country’s Vaccine Mandate Has Inspired A Similar Protest In The U.S., With A Convoy Expected To Arrive At The Nation’s Capital Next Month. That Movement, Though, Sparked Controversy Beyond Its Protest This Weekend After A Run-In With The Popular Online Fundraiser, GoFundMe.

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