The Supreme Court halted implementation of President Obama’s executive action on immigration on Thursday when it deadlocked 4-4 in the case United States v. Texas.
The Obama administration is withholding from Congress and the American people detailed information about more than 86,000 illegal aliens who have committed serious crimes and continue to walk the street in the United States, according to conversations with a member of Congress, who disclosed to the Washington Free Beacon that “if the public knew about this there would be total absolute outrage” over the matter.
San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo (D.) cast blame on Donald Trump for violence by anti-Trump protesters outside his rally Thursday night, telling the Associated Press that Trump “needs to take responsibility for the irresponsible behavior of his campaign.”
A federal judge in Texas ordered the Justice Department Thursday to send its “intentionally deceptive” lawyers back to ethics class, accusing them of misleading the court about President Obama’s executive immigration actions.
Republican Sen. Pat Toomey is urging his Democratic opponent, Katie McGinty, to side with the Obama administration on the issue of sanctuary cities.
State lawmakers in California are circulating legislation that would open the door for illegal immigrants to buy health insurance from Covered California, the state’s Obamacare exchange.
The Immigration and Customs Enforcement bureau has been receiving more taxpayer funds even as it expels a few number of illegal immigrants overall, according to statistics published by the Department of Homeland Security showing that 43 percent fewer aliens have been removed from the U.S. from 2012 to 2015.
The number of children apprehended on the U.S. border attempting to immigrate illegally has surged more than 1,200 percent since 2011 and the number of these children crossing the border during 2016 could be another record, according to a newly released government report.
Presidential candidate Donald Trump’s plan to deport all undocumented immigrants would cost between $400 to $600 billion and take at least 20 years to implement, according to a report from the American Action Forum.