Law360: Judge Denies Texas’ Bid To Amend Title 42 Challenge

IRLI In The News

April 21, 2022

By Katie Buehler

A Texas federal judge has denied the Lone Star State’s bid to amend its lawsuit challenging the Biden administration’s decision to end the pandemic-related Title 42 policy in May.

U.S. District Judge Mark T. Pittman on Thursday denied Texas’ request to file a third amended complaint that would launch two new challenges to President Joe Biden’s April 1 decision to end the two-year-old Title 42 policy, which authorizes the quick expulsion of migrants arriving at U.S. land borders in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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