March 12, 2021
By John Fritze
Less than two months after President Donald Trump left office immigration has fizzled as an issue at the Supreme Court, with major disputes that became conservative rallying cries largely vanishing from the court’s docket.
After four years in which Trump placed immigration at the center of his domestic agenda, prompting dozens of legal battles, the cases now pending at the nation’s highest court are more likely to have started under former President Barack Obama and to involve technical matters rather than big picture policy questions.
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