May 5, 2022
By Matthew Vadum
A week after hearing oral arguments in two states’ challenge to President Joe Biden’s push to dissolve the Trump-era “Remain in Mexico” program that requires non-Mexican asylum-seekers arriving at the southern border to wait in Mexico for processing, the Supreme Court asked both sides to provide more briefing on its remedial powers.
Texas and Missouri argue that Biden is breaking the law by ending the program.
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