NPR: A fight over how to enforce immigration laws reaches the Supreme Court

IRLI In The News

November 29, 2022

By Joel Rose

The U.S. Supreme Court will hear arguments Tuesday in a long-running dispute over how to enforce the nation’s immigration laws.

President Biden’s administration wants to set guidelines for whom immigration authorities can target for arrest and deportation. But a group of Republican attorneys general sued to block the guidelines, arguing that they were preventing immigration authorities from doing their jobs.

Read the full story at NPR. Also published at Houston Public Media and Oregon Public Broadcasting.

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