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Supreme Court denies Biden bid to revive DHS immigration policy

The Supreme Court on Thursday rejected a Biden administration request to reinstate a Department of Homeland Security immigration enforcement policy that was blocked by a lower court, with the justices scheduling the case for arguments in December.

The court’s vote was 5-4, with four justices — including all three liberals as well as conservative Justice Amy Coney — indicating they would have sided with the administration by temporarily blocking the lower court order as the case plays out.


Source: The Hill

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