October 25, 2022
By Hailey Konnath
A slew of Texas sheriffs and counties asked the U.S. Supreme Court on Monday for permission to intervene in a challenge by the Lone Star State and Louisiana to President Joe Biden’s attempts to limit immigration arrests and deportations, arguing that the states do not adequately represent their interests.
Kinney, Edwards, McMullen, Hudspeth, Live Oak, Real and Galveston counties and their sheriffs filed a motion to intervene as respondents in the case, noting that they are plaintiffs in a related action over the policy. The Federal Police Foundation’s Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers division is also listed on the filing.
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